Google has taken down short-form video platform Mitron from its Play Store.
Until last week, Mitron was already in the top 10 spot of the ‘Top free’ apps on Google Play, and earned a rating of 4.7 stars on Google’s Play Store.
Various platforms also reported that Mitron app’s entire source code, including its full set of features and the user interface, was bought from a Pakistani software developer company, Qboxus.
In response to YourStory’s query, Google confirmed that the Mitron app has been removed from Play Store due to violation of its ‘spam and minimum functionality’ policy.
The policy also says ‘copying content from other apps without adding any original content or value’ amounts to a violation.

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