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No more ads on Android lock screen please: Google – Sometimes, some apps even go to the extent of displaying ads on the lock screen as well. However, it seems that Google has started caring about a quality experience on Android smartphones and is.
Now, some of these apps can be hard to find but there are some ways to get around to it. If you have started seeing these ads on your Android lock screen only recently, chances are a newly downloaded.
The Google Play Store has started to ban apps from introducing pesky ads that can appear over your phone’s lock screen. As Android Police first reported, Google’s official app store now mentions the.
Amazon has announced that it is dumping the lock-screen ads from its Prime Exclusive Phone program. Since 2016, the massive online retailer has been selling low-end Android phones loaded with ads and.
There appears to be a new section called Lockscreen Monetization and it is stated that unless the app’s purpose is that of a lock screen, the Android apps may not introduce features or ads that.
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Google is cracking down on one of the most annoying ad types on Android. As first spotted by Android Police, the Google Play Developer monetization rules have been updated to ban lock screen ads. Here.