Google Play Protect Will ID Safe and Stable Android Devices

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There are some 2 billion active Android devices around the world. So, it is necessary for them to ensure the users that they are getting more secure and stable experience. So what this does is that it provides users with a suite of security features that include automatic device scanning for malware. The aim of this exercise is to give customers insight into what goes on behind the scenes and how a device is certified. Play Protect will automatically scan your Android phone, tablet or watch to ensure the device, data and apps are safe. Its latest Play Protect thrust really just gives a public, and therefore marketable, face to the technologies that Google has been using for years.

Google took this step to distinguish between the certified Android devices and the non-certified ones.

Google today launched a new website highlighting the key advantages of choosing a certified Android device. Soon after announcing the Android Oreo the Cupertino major confirmed that Nexus and Pixel devices will be the first ones to get the software update. But Google Play Protect is probably more relevant for smaller device makers, especially if a user is unsure about them. So, the main work of this is that it will deliver the users about the information relating to the security features.

The updated app precautions build on Google Play Protect, another security offering that rolled out in May. Hence this feature will give the baseline protection and act against the malware, privacy hacks and more. No apps with Chrysaor were discovered on the Play Store, but Lipizzan was found to be bundled with 20 apps.

Earlier this month, Google said it would change its Play Store search algorithms to have apps that do not crash or drain battery power rank higher.

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