Google is announcing about the new changes in policies of Play store for removing scam of in-app subscriptions in android. The new policies now control the way of data use and subscription policies. It prevents the availability of fake apps and media on Google Play store. The changes demand the developers of apps to provide detailed information about the terms associated with the process of subscriptions and free trials. It also wants app developers to present a clear method through which people can cut off subscriptions.
Background location tracking in many apps was also a problem for Google. With the new changes, users will have the control to grant one-time permission to the location data. After noticing that many apps ask for unnecessary data of users, Google wanted to provide some restriction on apps. Subscriptions are now a new method of earning. Certain apps are tricking customers for paying by not providing easy information to unsubscribe. These apps also do not provide any clear details about the terms and free trial length. To eliminate these issues, Google supports Android users to provide notifications during the end of the free trial pack or conversion of the free pack into paid subscriptions.