A couple of weeks ago, we published a story detailing the disappearance and theft of Google apps on Android.
The story has since been picked up by several media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, but the story didn’t receive the kind of coverage that it deserved.
Now, we’re getting word that Google is looking to rectify the situation and offer its enterprise apps a clean slate.
The Verge is reporting that Google has “discovered that its apps aren’t being used in the way Google claims they are.”
This could mean that Google’s own app developers are no longer receiving the updates that were promised to them.
The company has now posted an internal memo to its developer community, stating that “it is now clear that the data on enterprise apps was wrong, and it is asking us to fix it.”
This isn’t the first time Google has made such a request.
In 2014, it demanded that the iOS and Android developers create a clean install of their apps.
At the time, the company was working with the Apple developers to ensure that their app was up to date.
In the memo, Google says that the company will “fix” the problem by “adding more features” to its enterprise app, adding that the developer community should “work with Google to provide this service” and that “we are actively working to do this.”
The company says that it will continue to work with app developers on this matter and that it plans to release a new version of its app store within the next few weeks.
Google also says that “this is a first-of-its-kind, first-ever, open source project that we have in the wild.
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