Google Play Store has had other problems in the past, including distributing apps that can actually damage a user's device or useless apps that just entice users to download other useless apps.
If you want to know more about the ban and other steps taken by Google, read below. The company not only deleted these apps but banned them from monetizing ads.
"Taking corrective action was an imperative step in protecting advertiser dollars, leveling the playing field for legitimate publishers, and removing bad app experiences for users", said the tech giant. "We have continued to work with Huawei, in compliance with government regulations, to provide security updates and updates to Google's apps and services on existing devices, and we will continue to do so as long as it is permitted." .
As the worldwide fallout surrounding the USA authorities's Huawei ban continues, Google has published an article warning customers of the inherent risks of sideloading its apps and providers on the Chinese language producer's units.
"Play Protect certified devices go through a rigorous security review and compatibility testing process, performed by Google, to ensure user data and app information are kept safe".
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As part of our ongoing efforts - along with help from newly developed technologies - today we're announcing almost 600 apps have been removed from the Google Play Store and banned from our ad monetization platforms, Google AdMob and Google Ad Manager, for violating our disruptive ads policy and disallowed interstitial policy. Per Bjorke, the senior product manager for ad traffic quality at Google, spoke to the media about the apps.
You'll find out whether or not your Android machine has obtained Play Safety certification within the Google Play retailer app's settings - merely scroll to the "About" part on the backside of the display screen.
"Malicious developers continue to become more savvy in deploying and masking disruptive ads, but we've developed new technologies of our own to protect against this behavior".
Of course, Android users still need to exercise caution when downloading apps from the Google Play Store.