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Google has allegedly removed UC Browser owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Ali Baba from Google Play Store. Let us know that this

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Google has allegedly removed UC Browser owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Ali Baba from Google Play Store. Let us know that this

Google has allegedly removed UC Browser owned by Chinese e-commerce giant Ali Baba from Google Play Store. Let us know that this
app is the sixth number of apps to be downloaded in India. This app is not appearing on the search in the Play Store.

This browser is quite popular especially in India and it has 420 million users worldwide, of which 100 million are in India only.
That is, if the Google Browser with a 100 million Indian user has been removed from the Play Store, then there must be some
reason behind it.

It is worth noting that before this, there is a charge against collecting data on UC Browser. However, there are UC Browser
Mini and New UC Browser on the Google Play Store. UC Browser has rapidly grabbed Indian smartphone users over the last few years
and now its market share is more than half.

Now the big question arises that why it has been removed from Google Play Store. To answer this question, we have we have to
wait

for Google and UC the statement of the companies, we will tell you what is the reason behind this.

First of all, a Reddit has told about UC Browser disappearing from the Play Store. In August this year it was reported that

UC Browser sends the user data remotely to its servers in China. After this the government also expressed objection on this. Not
only that, in 2015, a Canadian researcher claimed that due to the Chinese and English language version UC Browser, personal
details such as location, search details and subscribed device number can be obtained. However, the company issued a statement
after giving clearance.

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