Marijuana delivery apps are now banned on Google Play Store

Google ramps up efforts to make the Play Store a safe and positive place for kids and families

Google ramps up efforts to make the Play Store a safe and positive place for kids and families

Google said it is introducing some changes to its Play Store which is aimed at purging the app store of controversial apps such as those that sell marijuana or promotes hate speech.

Google's latest update to its Google Play policies now requires app developers to disclose the odds of receiving virtual items from loot boxes prior to purchase of the loot box. However, those who are planning to submit new apps to the Play Store will have to align their product with Google's policies from today.

Luckily, Google is taking charge and announced a new set of Play Store policies that will abide the developers aiming to market apps to the young users. Google will then use the information provided, together with a review of your app marketing assets, to categorize your app and also apply the proper policies for target audience groups namely children, children and older users, and older users. Although this could only be activated by fiddling with feature flags when we published our initial post, Google is now widely rolling out the new interface to users.

Facilitating the sale of products containing THC. "We are working with numerous developers to answer any technical questions and help them implement the changes without customer disruption", he further added.

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The marijuana policy change might be overcompensation for this stated intention. Apple also discourages tobacco, drugs and excessive alcohol use in apps approved for the App Store. Google is giving developers a little more than three months to fill out a new target audience and content section of the Google Play Console.

'Eaze connects adults only to licensed, regulated cannabis retailers.

Despite marijuana being legal recreationally in several states and medicinally in several more, one would be forgiven for not even being aware that pot apps existed.

As selling mobile apps has become a lucrative business, Apple, Google (GOOGL), and Microsoft (MSFT) are constantly competing to attract top app developers to their iOS, Android, and Windows platforms, respectively.

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