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    Google clarifies Google Play's rules for app developers
    Google Play's developer agreement outlines the rules developers must follow to ensure their app can sit in the Google Play Store without fear of being removed, but the terms are often seen as cryptic and inconsistent. Google has created a new Content Policy page to help clarify many of the rules so app developers can be more aware of what they need to do to avoid issues down the line.
  1. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary

    It's about time.
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  2. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary

    Cheers for this, @stevealbright! :) [I'm assuming you were the poster...]

    Happy to see the new layout and content for their policies, etc...especially the "here are some examples of good practices and some examples of bad practices" parts.

    I don't think I've ever been as disillusioned with Google except for the time they suspended one of my apps for a very simple change I could have made if they would have simply communicated the exact issue to me (I just had to remove a donate button in my menu).

    Surprised that I didn't see an email to my development email account about this change, but happy AndroidForums.com is at the fore in helping to spread the good news--kudos to you guys! :)

    [edit: I just now (2:39 PM) received an email from Google re. this ;) :p]
    #3 scary alien, Mar 1, 2016
    Last edited: Mar 1, 2016

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