Google will make a change to Android in India after anti-security breaches
New Delhi: Google on Wednesday announced changes to the way device makers in India advertise its Android operating system to allow pre-installation of individual apps and allow users to choose their default search engine.
The move comes after the country’s Supreme Court upheld strict antitrust guidelines last week, dismissing Google’s lawsuit against the Competition Commission of India that the company abused its market position and ordered how it markets its Android operating system in key developments. Market.
Google has made some changes related to its in-app payment system, which was recently at the center of another Indian antitrust ruling in which the company was found to have engaged in anti-competitive practices by restricting third-party payment or payment processing services.