Google sued by 36 States in the US

Google Play store’s arbitrary opposed

Washington (US) – Search giant, Google, has been sued by 36 States in the US. When searching for apps Google Play Store shows only limited options. It is alleged that the Play Store does not show the apps of many companies and blocks these apps.

These States claimed that Google controls the Android App Store, which violates the country’s anti-monopoly law. New York Attorney General James and his associates said, Google used anti-competitive tactics to thwart competition and ensured that developers have no choice but to go through the Google Play Store app purchases. Google receives 30% of the purchased apps.