Manufacturers do less Google Apps to deliver along with Android smartphones




Google has the number of apps that manufacturers should supply them if they have an Android device with Google’s approval to launch reduced. It is in this case for applications such as Play Games, Play Books, Google+ and Newsstand.

The apps appear in the list of non-compulsory Google Apps alongside include Google Earth and note app Keep. The apps will remain in the Play Store and can be installed as a normal app, but it’s the number of tubed apps and therefore in space that keep users on the internal storage, reports Android Central. The story on the Android blog follows the news that the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge + without Google+ comes preinstalled.

For parts of the Google Apps suite to flour feathers, like Gmail and the Play Store, manufacturers must adhere to certain rules. After they have made their own Android version, the version for approval must be submitted to Google. Thereafter, the manufacturer gets a list of specific applications that he needs to install. Furthermore, a folder with Google apps are on the homescreen, as well as a search bar.

Google apps fewer mandates, does not mean that manufacturers themselves put no bloatware on the devices. Bloatware is a normal practice for smartphones, although the amount varies by manufacturer and device manufacturer flour evert.


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