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Google tightens Play Store rules to stop Android app subscription scams

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Google has announced a series of new policies to make Android’s in-app subscriptions more transparent to users. Starting on June 16th, apps will have to be clear about the terms of their paid subscriptions, and free trials and will need to provide a transparent way for users to cancel them. In addition to the rules for app developers, the Google Play Store is also providing more information to users directly, notifying them when free trials end or when long-term paid subscriptions are about to renew.

As well as its updated policies on subscriptions, Google is also reminding developers that its new approval process for apps that want background location access will start going into effect in August. New rules are also coming to cut down...

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