Google has pulled an app from its Google Play store that helped users identify and remove apps of Chinese origin.
The Mountain View, California-based company told Gadgets 360 that the “Remove China Apps” application violated Google Play policy.
Before getting removed from Google Play, the app – developed by Jaipur-based OneTouch AppLabs – clocked over 50 lakh downloads in just over two weeks of its launch.
It is the second viral app from India to be pulled from Google Play in a matter of days.
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