Google Play: We've cracked down on bad apps

CNET | 2/13/2019 | Marrian Zhou
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Google Play Store scans over 50 billion apps on users' devices every day to identify harmful behavior.

Google says it's been fighting hard against malicious developers and their bad apps.

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The search giant on Wednesday said the Google Play Store now scans more than 50 billion apps on users' devices every day in order to identify and stop bad apps, according to a post on the Android Developers Blog.

The Play Store rejected at least 55 percent more app submissions in 2018 than in 2017, according to the blog. Google didn't immediately respond to a request for how many apps were rejected in 2018. But for reference, the company removed over 700,000 apps in 2017.

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