Google: what are the ads that determine the ban from the Play Store?
Google does not compromise and, in a very specific way, reaffirms what they are criteria which could cause a certain application to be banned from Play Store.
The “rules” of Google
As Big G itself points out, to ensure the best user experience it is necessary that all developers adhere to particular rules. Below is a list of ads that should definitely be avoided.
- ads that mimic the user interface of an app;
- announcements that simulate a system notification;
- ads that take up the whole screen, that interfere with the normal use of the smartphone or that it is not clear how to ignore;
- ads that are shown outside the app in which they are published;
- ads that are activated by the Home button or by other functions expressly designed to exit the app;
- ads unsuitable for the audience the app is targeting;
- ads invading your phone’s lock screen.
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How many times has it happened to you to find yourself in front of announcements that, contrary to what has just been specified, violate “the commandments” of Google?