Google disallowing Ad-Blockers in Play store
While Google Play has operated in an odd fashion, by mostly approving apps correctly, except for a few slipping by. But, it has also approved ad-blocking apps. Most of the time these apps either operated in browser environment (like Firefox add-on: AdBlock Plus) or in a rooted environment (which helps disable all device ads).
Google says no more, as many report on social networks that ad blockers are removed from Google Play. Most of the time, the reason for removal: “Violation of section 4.4 of the Developer Distribution Agreement.”
Supposed that Google is disallowing updates to current versions, which means that even if you have ad blockers on your device, they will eventually dysfunction, if not already.
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