Google has been quite active recently in terms of removing fake and harmful apps, along with shoddy reviews from the Play Store. Now, the company has reportedly booted one of the biggest developers from the official app sharing platform, Do Global, whose apps are said to have over 250 million monthly active users. This happened when Buzzfeed and Checkpoint found out last week that six of its apps conducted ad fraud by employing malware called ‘PreAMo,’ which makes it seem like a user is repeatedly clicking on ads and banners within an app, even when the app is not running.
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