Sad! See What Google Has Done To Crowwe App Owned By Adamu Garba
Google has deleted Crowwe, a social media app owned by Nigerian politician Adamu Garba from the play store.
There has been no official announcement on the reason for the removal but Google Play policy revealed that the company removes applications that it perceives to have violated its policy
“Once your app is removed, the published version of your app won’t be available on Google Play until a compliant update is submitted,” Playstore policy states.
It added that it will not republish the app until the policy violation has been fixed.
The founder of the app, Mr Garba, however, claims that it did not violate any policy in a conversation with The Peoples Gazette. He claims that the company was simply being updated.
His answers, however, seems farfetched as Google itself doesn’t require an app to be deleted completely from the store before an update is uploaded.
“Once your update is available, users can download the update on your app’s store listing page or from their My apps page on the Play Store app,” Google’s policy stated.
The Crowwe app, which has been described as an instant messaging and financial transaction app that comes with a digital wallet that helps to transfer and receive money while chatting, has received the worst reviews, hence the speculations that it had to do with the negative comments.
Also, many people believed that the removal of Garba’s Crowwe app from the Play Store holds a taste of karma for many young Nigerians users on Twitter, who detested his role and reaction to the banning of the microblogging platform in the country.
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