The Mitron app, which became increasingly popular in India as a clone of the short video making platform TikTok, was recently removed from the Google Play store. The good news is that this app can be returned to the Google Play Store and the reason for the removal of the app from Google has also been given. The app developer has been told by Google that due to which issues of the app, it has been removed from the Play Store and these can be fixed.
The Mitron app was downloaded more than 5 million times in less than a month and despite many bugs in the app, users were supporting it. However, due to violet Google’s technical policy, the app has been removed from the Play Store this week. Apart from this, Google has also removed the ‘Remove China Apps’ app from the Play Store, with the help of which Chinese apps could be scanned and uninstalled from Android devices.
Google helped Mitron app
Sameer Samat, Vice President of Android and Google Play, without naming the app, wrote in a blog post that his team along with the developer is working on fixing the issues. After plugging in, the app will be resubmitted to the Google Play Store. Sameer said, “We have given guidance to the developer and once the shortcomings associated with the app are resolved, the app can return to the Play Store again.”
Remove china apps will not return
Along with the Friends app, an app named ‘Remove China Apps’ was also removed from the platform by Google, but its return seems difficult. Actually, the reason behind removing this app is that the company does not promote such an app, which deletes or disables any other third-party app. In such a situation, there is no plan to bring back removed China apps from Google and may not see this app on the Play Store again.