Google has AdBlocker for Samsung’s Android browser from Play Store

Feb

4

2016

Google has hitherto popular AdBlocker for Samsung’s Android browser removed from the Play Store. Adblock Fast was a launch partner of Samsung for the release of the API. Google has not yet responded to the removal.

Google relies on Article 4.4 of the Developer Distribution Agreement, similar t The Next Web, based on an email from the search giant to the developer. The app is indeed no longer be requested in the Play Store, while Google listings in the Play Store still in the cache has listed.

It is unknown exactly why Google has removed the app while competing apps like those of AdBlock Plus can still be found in the Play Store. The developer thinks it’s because his first toplijstjes app in the Play Store and Google took note thereon.

Samsung announced last week a public API to release adblockers for Samsung browser on Android phones. The first adblockers appeared recently. In June 2015 was Apple’s been known to allow iOS 9 adblockers in its own browser. This was followed by a large spike in popularity of adblockers in the App Store. Android was less easy to install a AdBlocker extension. To see ads was necessary, for example a standalone browsers, such as the browser of AdBlock Plus.

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