Thursday, August 3, 2017

Google changes Play Store to prioritize apps that don’t crash

Google today announced it was rolling out changes to the Play Store to increase the likelihood you’ll find apps which actually, you know, function properly. According to the Google Android developer’s blog, half of one-star reviews of Play Store apps concern app stability (I want to see what the other half look like, personally). With that in mind, Google switched up its search to favor apps and games of provably higher quality: As part of our continued effort to deliver the best possible Google Play experience, we recently enhanced our search and discovery algorithms to reflect app quality. This results in…

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