Google has removed 25 apps from the Play Store, uninstall your phone immediately
Search engine company Google has deleted 25 apps from the Play Store for security reasons. The apps were accused of stealing users' Facebook data. This information was given by the French cyber security firm Evina.
News from our affiliate website Zeebiz.com related to how many of these apps were related to Step Counter, Image Editor, Video Editing Apps, Wallpaper Apps, Flashlight, File Manager and Mobile Games, which have been removed.
Removed these apps
Here are the names of the apps that Google has removed from the Place Store
Super Wallpapers Flashlight
Contour level wallpaper
Iplayer & iwallpaper
Super Bright Flashlight
Accurate scanning of QR code
Classic card game
Junk file cleaning
Daily Horoscope Wallpapers
Anime Live Wallpaper
iHealth step counter
If your phone also has these apps then uninstall it immediately. More than five lakh people have downloaded Super Wallpapers Flashlight and Padenatef from these apps. Some apps have been downloaded more than a million times. So the last three apps on the other hand have only been downloaded 100 times.
According to the researchers, these apps had a code that detected which apps were running in the background. If Facebook runs in the background then it will take all the information of Facebook.