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Article by Chris LattnerPosted in Featured ArticlesGoogle’s mobile app is being forced to remove ads by Google Play because of the issue, which has led to some users seeing advertisements that were not actually paid for.
Google said that it has disabled the advertising and the “subscription” banner that appears on the Android app because it “doesn’t meet the quality standards Google considers to be necessary.”
The issue stems from Google Play’s rules, which say that all advertising and promotional content should be sponsored by Google.
Google Play also prohibits ads that contain links to third party websites that are not affiliated with the ads and the ads must be paid for with in-app purchases.
Apple said it is working to get all Google Play apps to remove the ad-free experience and allow users to view all ads.
The issue has been a major issue for Apple for several months, as the company was caught advertising on third party sites in the Apple Music app and a recent version of the iAd app.
The company has been in contact with Google to address the issue.
Apple’s iTunes Radio is the most prominent example of Google Play ads on the radio service, with many users reporting that they are being forced by Apple to listen to ads, even if they don’t pay.
While Google Play has a similar rule for ads, Apple is the only major music service that does not.
Apple has said it has removed all third party ads and sponsored links on the iTunes Radio app, as well as the iAmRadio app.
Google, which owns the iTunes Store and other apps that offer music streaming services, did not respond to a request for comment.