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Google Play Services becomes the first app to cross five billion downloads

Google Play Services becomes the first app to cross five billion downloads

Also, Indian users install more than 1 billion apps every month. To ensure this, the company has launched a program called "Made in India", which will help users to find apps that are relevant to them and optimised to their needs, and will help developers to find an audience.

The app hitting this milestone isn't entirely surprising when you remember that this accounts for phones, tablets, TVs, and even some cars, but it's still quite impressive to see just how much Android has grown since its inception.

Currently, 85% smartphone users are using Android OS and Google Play Store is the home of all Android apps, games, movies, books.

Last year, Google announced "Build for Billions" guidelines to help developers overcome challenges such as varying network connectivity, device specifications, and high data costs.

Along with this integration, Truecaller had also announced a completely new redesign of the Android app that includes features including SMS filter, Flash Messaging and Truecaller Pay.

Google has recently rolled-out an update to the Google Voice app for Android that upgrades its version to v5.3. Also, there are over 100 million devices using Google Assistant in over 70 different devices.

Google Play services is available on the Play Store.

While the app is available to download, it's designated as the first alpha version of the app, which means its in a very early state and likely quite unfinished.

Google said it discovered this new Android spyware while investigating another named "Chrysaor".

The ranking includes only apps created by Google, Facebook and Samsung.


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