Delete these apps instantly from smartphone, more than 1.5 million people become 'victims
google removed these two selfie camera popular app
Google has removed two popular apps from its Playstore. Google says malicious code was found in these apps, which were acting like adware. Google has advised all users to uninstall both apps from their phones. Both the Sun Pro Beauty Camera and the Funny Sweet Selfie Camera are very popular in the Google Play Store.
More than 1.5 million people have downloaded the two apps on their smartphones.
Google says both these apps were making money from the pop-up ad.
Both of these apps also wanted audio permissions for other apps. However, this is not the first time that Google has deleted an app from its platform due to malicious code. Google recently removed the popular app CamScanner from its own platform. However, CamScanner immediately removed the bug in its app and republished it on the Google Play Store.
This app also had an impact on mobile due to the background running. In addition, the phone's battery was also drained quickly. Google has also recently tightened developer rules. Under the new rules, it will take at least three days for new Android apps to be accepted.