Google Removes UC Browser App Form Its Play Store

Google Removes UC Browser App Form Its Play Store. UC Browser app, owned the China’s Alibaba Group, has been removed by the Google form its Play Store. The UC Browser is a trendy mobile web browser in many emerging markets is no more available at Google Play Store. Google has removed the UC Browser app from the Google Play Store on November 12, reported the data from app analytics firm App Annie.

A number of users started inquiring about the app’s location earlier this week on Reddit. Its is not clear yet why the UC Browser had been pulled from Google Play Store.

As reported by a Twitter user Mike Ross, who claims to be a developer at Alibaba Group, Google pulled UC Browser from its Android’s app store due to “misleading” and “unhealthy” promotional strategies used by the company to boost the install count of its app.

On the other hand the UC Browser Mini, a light version of the company’s browser is still accessible on Google Play Store. The UC Browser App is very famous among users in Pakistan and India. UC Browser captures one-third of Pakistan’s mobile browser market share, revealed the survey.

However, the UC Browser App is still accessible to download on Apple’s App Store, Amazon’s Android store, and also via company’s official website.

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