Google promises quicker and more detailed Play Store decisions for developers

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Google has started testing out a new Android system update distribution system that relies on the Google Play Store and not on the built-in update feature of each device.

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Google today announced that it will be taking more time (more days) to review apps by developers that don't yet have a good track record on Play Store.

In response to the aforementioned frustrations, Google announced three new changes to its decision-making process as it pertains to the Play Store. Apple explains that on average, 50 percent of apps are reviewed in 24 hours and over 90 percent are reviewed in 48 hours. Google says its enforcement effort has resulted in a 98 percent decline in the number of apps with access to sensitive user information.

What are your thoughts on getting system updates from the Play Store? This is why there are many reports of unexperienced Android fans deleting Google Play Services from their smartphones in order to free up storage space only to be left wondering to why their apps and mobile games are not working anymore.

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Emails for policy rejections and appeals will include more details, such as why a decision was made, how developers can modify an app to comply, and how developers can appeal.

Google is also now allowing developers to "immediately" appeal instances where a developer account has been blocked. Openness in such scenarios is not a possibility, as that opens up the possibility of these developers gaming the system and finding loopholes to exploit.

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