Google Play Store Infested With Porn Apps


Google Play Store Infested With Porn Apps

Google always stats its policy to ban Porn from its entities but there are only few results has been done till recently. Lemme take you to the Google Play Store where the PORN APPS are easily available to public without logged in by any user.

Google doesn’t make dev people running out of ideas: as they create the apps like this (https://play.google.com/store/apps) and more of this. Instead of restricting them, verifying the age of the user in order to view hot images, videos Google is not taking any action publicly but making the user to return back.

Google Play Store Infested With Porn Apps

As everybody knows that Android is a Open Platform where it’s freely Available to app developers where they can develop & distribute them across the world. Anyhow Google has a developer program which restrict the content that contains Adult Terms, Nudity, and Sex Facts & Explicit Material publicly

In most cases they take action if they cross certain limit of complaints but 90% of cases would be left unattended stating as prank from the developer for that app

However these apps are nothing more in front of porn websites as they don’t require permission when downloading because the is simply used to lure users for more downloads as there is no AGE restrictions for downloading them

These apps can be easily found (with or without logged) on Google play through certain searched in the manner you do as Internet search

The Indian Government has taken certain steps by blocking obscene & porn websites but they are unable to block them on mobile! Now it’s planning to block the reported porn & adult content available in Android OS as applications

More than half of the 150 million Indian Internet users access web via phones, porn accounts are at least 30% of web traffic. With increasing the usage of smart phones its makes easy to access the porn apps than its makes easier to access the adult content.

Symantec initially discovered the fraudulent apps in late January, watching the number grow as different developers launched new ones, while others were removed from the Google Play store.

http://www.symantec.com/connect/blogs/japanese-one-click-fraud-campaign-comes-google-play

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