Google removes popular AnTuTu benchmarking apps from the Google Play Store

Google removes popular AnTuTu benchmarking apps from Play Store
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There are many such apps on the Google Play Store that steal the data of users. Such apps can prove to be dangerous for users’ phones. Given this, Google periodically removes such apps from its platform.

According to the latest report, one of the popular benchmarking apps has been removed from the Google Play Store, named Antutu. However, the reason for removing it has not been revealed yet.

According to the Android Police report, Google has removed all Antutu apps from its platform. These include the Antutu 3DBench, Antutu Benchmark, and Altutu Benchmark apps. Let us tell you that Xiaomi and Realme users used to use this app more.

In this app, Antutu scores were shown regarding the performance of upcoming smartphones. However, it is not yet clear why these apps have been removed. It is being said that all the above three apps are related to Cheetah Mobile. In this report, information about the response given by Antutu is also given.

AnTuTu replied to Android Police’s e-mail saying, “We received a notification email from Google on March 7 that the AnTuTu app belongs to Cheetah Mobile and removed all the apps from the Play Store.” has gone.

We think there has been some misunderstanding here. Antutu is not related to Cheetah Mobile. ” It also said that we hope that Google will carefully examine the accounts of AnTuTu and clear this misunderstanding as soon as possible.

Earlier, a report from Forbes was revealed that the Clean Master app steals users’ data. This app was removed from the Play Store about two years ago.

It was said about this app that it works to steal all kinds of private web data of the user. However, Google had never made it clear why this app was being removed.


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