The stats revealing how many apps have fallen foul of the Play Store guidelines were highlighted by SafeBettingSites.
The firm said it used stats from App Annie, AppBrain, Statista and Google itself to reveal the full scale of the Play Store app cull.
In a post online, SafeBettingSites said this is all part of a quality control drive on the Google Play Store.
The site said: “Over the years, the number of available apps in the Google Play Store has exploded. In July 2014, Android users could choose between 1.3 million apps. By March 2018, this figure almost tripled and hit an all-time high of 3.6 million. After a significant drop to 2.8 million in the next six months, the number of apps continued rising and hit over 3 million again by September 2020.
“However, to ensure the quality and trustworthiness of the apps within its app market, Google has released a series of policies to regulate app developers. As a result, thousands of low-quality and policy-violating apps have been removed by Google Play periodically.”
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