Google is set to follow Apple's lead and force developers to warn users what kinds of data they are collecting.
Google has announced that it is halving its Google Play fees to 15% for all developers on their first $1 million in revenue, a move it says affects 99% of developers.
According to reports from users and some server monitoring websites, a bunch of Google's services have gone down.
Both Apple and Google have removed apps banned by the government in India from the App Store and Google Play Store.
Sensor Tower data has revealed that App Store subscription spending in the US outstripped Google Play by a whopping $2.5 billion, as overall revenue grew 21% to $4.6 billion.
TikTok is set to announce a deal with Merlin that will allow it to use music from tens of thousands of independent labels in its videos, as well as on its new music streaming service Resso.
The US Naxy has banned TikTok from government-issued mobile devices, stating that any users who do not remove the app will not de granted access to the Navy Marine Corps Intranet.
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