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Google was managing a noteworthy pass by the European Commission a year ago after it was fined nearly $5 billion for works on identifying with pre-installed Google applications on Android smartphones.

Presently, Google has declared some significant changes for its Android mobile operating system identified with browsers and search engine choice.

Google and the European Commission currently worked out a deal to incite EU Android users to pick their default browsers and search engines.

The Commission sees Google’s pre-installed Chrome browser and search engine of line advantage over contenders since clients are bound to utilize the gave software and this is a similar line of contentions that the EU utilized against Microsoft in 2009.

“Now we’ll also do more to ensure that Android phone owners know about the wide choice of browsers and search engines available to download to their phones. This will involve asking users of existing and new Android devices in Europe which browser and search apps they would like to use.” Google announced on 19th March.

Clients both old and new will be prompted in the coming a very long time to choose what search engine and web browser they might want to use on Android.

Google as of now enables clients to set any browser and search engines of their choice as the default application. This is conceivable on each Android gadget independent of its OEM. With this move, however, Google is simply featuring the options that clients have.

In any case, do you figure more individuals will switch their default browser and search provider from Google because of this move.

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