The removal comes after a Buzzfeed story detailed allegations of ad fraud against the developers.
Cheetah Mobile, which supplies the successful apps Clean Master, Security Master and Battery Doctor, is now embroiled in a scandal initiated by an investigative report on BuzzFeed News. These two apps have been suspended from the Play Store, and Google may still take further action.
In the 1.0 debut of Flutter, the Google engineering team added some new features based on lessons learned during the long preview period, especially around adding Flutter code incrementally to existing apps or the reverse: embedding an Android or iOS platform control into an existing Flutter app.
Occasionally, fortunately, Google acts and today it does so by removing two applications: CM File manager and Kika keyboard. Google found certain codes within the said apps that were used to execute ad fraud techniques known as click injection or clock flooding. "We take these allegations very seriously and our Google Play Developer policies prohibit deceptive and malicious behaviour on our platform". For the payment to be successfully transferred, the newly installed app will generate a "flashback", so that developers and partner agencies can be notified of the ad source, as well as the device that installed the app.
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Ever since Android 6.0 Marshmallow launched, Android has granted users control over app permissions, dictating what our apps can and cannot do. This year's awards were split across 10 categories, half of which dealt specifically with mobile games.
The Chinese company claimed that "Kochava has provided false information and opinions about Cheetah Mobile's advertising system to the media, leading to a sharp decline in the company's stock price".
Google is aiming to ease cross-platform mobile application development with the Tuesday release of the Flutter toolkit, representing yet another attempt to create a standard to address all possible use cases. Google will be pushing a server-side update to the app later on that enables the Pixel sounds and visuals, but until then the app is basically just an empty shell with a button that doesn't do anything - this clearly isn't meant to be available just yet. Give us your thoughts in the comments!