India is one of the biggest markets for the search engine giant Google as it is believed that over 600 million devices are powered by the Android operating system in the country. Now the search engine giant has officially announced that the company is bringing massive changes to the Android operating system in India. So let’s get into the article to check out the details.
The new changes in Android will enable OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) to license individual Google apps for pre-installation on their smartphones and Google will prompt new users to select the default search engine at the time when they are setting up the devices.
Google will also modify the Android compatibility requirements and the partners can build non-compatible or forked variants, the company will also enable you to purchase in-app digital content through your preferred billing choice.
The developers of the Android operating system are also changing the setup of sideloading applications to reduce security problems.
So many things are changing which we never expected to happen in Android. We know that the government of the country is very strict with Google as back in October the company was fined $161 Million for asking smartphone makers to pre-install applications of the company. Google was challenging the government decision and went to the supreme court as well but the Honorable Court has refused to comply with Google.
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