UC Browser got removed from Google Play Store
UC browser has taken down from Google Play Store. The app got disappeared mysteriously. One of the Company workers has told an email has received saying app got a temporary ban for 30 days because using of misleading and illegal methods of app promotion to install. You often see UC browser illegal links getting you to the download page of UC browser, that is why Google charged this ban on the app.
Before taking this action previously Google announced that it is breaking down the behavior of Chrome browser as UC Web’s affiliates were using illegal and malicious advertising methods of app promotion to increase downloads.
However, the mini version of the app is still available.
UC browser is owned by a Chinese company Alibaba group. This browser has already been through security concerns. Both Google and owner company haven’t commented on the situation yet. Google Play has launched “Verify play protect” to stop such kind of malware and security breachers apps.
Android Oreo 8.1 will downgrade inactive apps to free space
Android Oreo 8 is on its way and about to get its final touch. This Andriod version has plenty of smart features that make it’s more smarter, faster, powerful. Features like Background process limit, Optimized battery power, Autofilling of Passwords to your favorite apps. Not all this Android Oreo has Picture in Picture mode it allows you to use apps while using other apps like video calling.
Downgrade inactive apps
Oreo will have one of the best features that it will downgrade your inactive apps present on your device that you are not using. This feature will get automatically turn on when your device has low space. It will clear the Cache data of that particular inactive app.
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