Android: Google made major changes to Android phones.. Have a look! !
Android: India is second in smartphone markets. People use Android-based phones the most. CCI and Supreme Court also gave strong jahalaks to Google for its behavior over the years. The Supreme Court ruled users and app developers do not have to follow the rules set by the tech giant. It ordered that the OS be updated accordingly. Let’s now see the changes in smart phones.
Google Search Engine – Google was the default search engine that can be used to search the Internet using smart phones. Now, it’s up to the user to choose which search engine they want. Even though this option is currently available, you can make many changes to the settings. These types of changes are already being implemented by Google in European countries.
Forked operating systems: This change allows phone manufacturers to create forked versions approved by Google. This opens the door to installing BharOS locally in India. This means that there is now a lot of competition on the market for operating systems. Google is urging smartphone manufacturers to implement Anti-Fragmentation Agreements, even though Android is open-source. You must comply with Google’s rules and regulations if you sign an AFA.
Individual Google apps licenses now available to smartphone manufacturers in the country. Installing Gmail, Google Maps, and Google Play Store used to require a Google Mobile Services license (GMS). You can now license only the apps you use, and you won’t have to install any other unnecessary apps. Phones will be sold at lower prices due to a reduction in GMS licensing fees.
Side loading apps Other than the Google Play Store and the Android Market, you can also install apps via other channels. Sideloaded apps can now be automatically updated in this manner. App stores that are third-party can offer app updates in a similar fashion to the Play Store. Google warns users to be aware of security threats first.
Play Store Billing Google lets users in the country choose another billing system than Google Play for purchases made on the App Store. This will allow app and game developers to take a larger share of the profits. Google charges no service fees.