Google revises Play Store policies

Google revises Play Store policies to overcome trust and safety concerns

Google revises its Play Store policies to ensure that the trust and safety of users remain in priority. As per the updated rules, some developers have to provide more details related to their identification. On the flip side, the company has become more tolerant of blockchain-related applications.

Starting from August 31, developers registering a new organization will be required to submit a D-U-N-S number, which is a nine-digit identifier for businesses and will be assigned by data brokers Dun & Bradstreet. These inputs will show up in the new “About the developer” section in Google Play.

Besides, the company revises content policies in the Google Play Store for blockchain applications. Here, developers who use tokenized digital assets have to complete a Financial Features declaration form. This is necessary for all apps that inherit financial services.

In addition, developers need to look after the following points before they submit their app:

  • Accurately provide all app information and metadata
  • Ensure that your contact information is up to date
  • Upload your app’s privacy policy and fill out your Data Safety section requirements
  • Provide an active demo account, login information, and all other resources needed to review your app (for example, login credentials, QR code, etc.)

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