Through the span of the following couple of weeks Google will remove Android application from a play store which expect authorisation to get to call logs and SMS, where the centre functionality does not require it and the developer have been updated to make changes on the same.
“Only an app that has been selected as a user’s default app for making calls or text messages will be able to access call logs and SMS, respectively.” Google Announced Policies In October 2018.
The Google group is working intently on Play Store Developer policies to give a protected and secure understanding to the Android clients with more spotlight on opening up the developer tools which encourages them to get prevail with all new updated on play store.
On the off chance that the application requires individual data from clients’ gadgets, they have to fill in a permissions declaration form to clarify why, or disavow the authorisations in another version of the application.
Everything began after Facebook Cambridge Analytics data scandal, guaranteeing security and transparency has turned into a delicate issue for generally organisations.
So on the off chance that the application developer fall flat gives adequate reasoning, then it will be removed from the Play Store naturally.
So for example a phone application can request a contact list and phone call-related authorisations, and an SMS application can request messaging related authorisations. Then again, a shopping application or a travel application can’t request call log or contact list authorisations.
“Over the next few weeks, we will be removing apps from the Play Store that ask for SMS or Call Log permission and have not submitted a permission declaration form,” Google further added.
Google has not uncovered a particular date when the application removal procedure would initiate.