The popular benchmark application for smartphones, AnTuTu, has just disappeared from the Google Play Store. The explanation is still unclear, as there has not yet been an official statement, however, it is believed that the reason for this is already known.
Apparently the Cheetah Mobile developers held some rights to AnTuTu applications. Therefore, Google decided to remove these applications in order to combat all Apps that that company was involved with.
AnTuTu disappears from Google Play Store due to Cheetah Mobile
The company Cheetah Mobile was discovered some time ago to launch applications for the Google Play Store with malware, spyware and adware.
After being picked up by Google, the company still had the opportunity to redeem itself and solve all its application problems.
However, the company continued to practice the same business. That is, launching Apps with the same problems. This caused Google to decide to ban the developer from the Mobile application store.
Can AnTuTu return to the Google Play Store?
The future is still uncertain. Google has already pointed out in the past that it will have a more severe hand on developers who do not comply with the rules and, if the company Cheetah Mobile is the owner of AnTuTu does not seem that there is much they can do.
Still, it is worth waiting to see. The Google Play Store has been increasing its user privacy policies and it is also possible that AnTuTu BenchMark simply did not meet some of its requirements.
The Benchmark application of AnTuTu is one of the most used to measure the quality of smartphone performance with translation into numbers. The application is still available on the Apple app store.
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