No More Google Play For This Operating System

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Android 4.0–4.0.4 “Ice Cream Sandwich” was the ninth version of the Android mobile operating system developed by Google, released on 19 October 2011. One of the earliest Android with many users then, the fledgling Android lost its user base over the years with a slew of new updated Android versions power packed with lots of better features and support. The latest version being the Android Nougat version 7.0, 7.1 with a user base of 30.8% while Android Ice Cream Sandwich has reduced user base to less than 1%. With it’s
Android version dwindling to a negligible number of users, Google has announced that it is not going to offer update and support for Google Play on devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich any more. This means no more support for updating apps to users who are using phones with Android Ice Cream Sandwich on their phones. By this move, we can confirm that Google has officially killed its support for Android 4.0. After Android 4.0 the
next Android version was Android 4.1.x Jelly Bean. Users who are using Android 4.0 in their device, it is recommended to upgrade the android version to get the continuing facility of Google Play.

Also in a slew of latest updates with it’s Google Play app Google has removed about 22 malicious apps, pretending to be other apps running on iOS or Android phones which requested for ads via the server command. Some of those malicious apps being Take A Trip, Math Solver, Snake Attack, Zombie Killer etc. To make Google Play more trustworthy and safer for its users.


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