Leo Tweets MobiQuick and other fintech companies have requested the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to include a link to the Ki Arogya Bridge application so that more people are aware to download this communication tracing app. Remind that the healing bridge is still there It has been downloaded more than 100 crore times Other apps like the Android and iOS version of Paytm include links to Arogya Bridge.
Bipin told Preet Singh Gadgets in an email to 30 people, (translated) “The app was removed because we had a link to the Cure Bridge app.” He gave us a warning a week ago and we explained that we were told to do it. Then today they first removed this app. It happened around 3pm (IST) and then we contacted his team and removed the link to the cure bridge and resubmitted the app, then now Google has made the app live. “
Singh added, (translated) “Google has made it clear that there is nothing wrong with promoting MobiQuick’s Cure Bridge app. However, they removed our app from the Play Store today without notice.”
The latest version of the app is now available on Google Play. In this version, the link below does not have a cure bridge, Singh confirmed.
Google has a policy against applications that contain misleading or disturbing ads and are not explicitly labeled. However, if the Mobique app is removed from Google Play for this reason, we need to ask why other apps promoting Healing Bridge are being allowed in the store?