Google does not want developers to use evidence in the descriptions of your apps

Google does not want developers to use evidence in the descriptions of your apps

A Google likes that developers do things well, why has a number of practice and guidelines that they must follow in order to publish their applications. Many people usually look for apps in the store using phrases like “the best app to travel”, “the ultimate app to take pictures”, etc. There are some developers who decided to take advantage of this and the description of your app copied testimonies of this type issued by other users, and Google does not liked it at all.

Google does not want developers to use evidence in the descriptions of your apps

Google does not want developers to use evidence in the descriptions of your apps

The situation has led the Internet giant to update its guidance to developers, who from now on will not include testimonials in the description of your app. Until recently it was possible to find applications in the description said “the best app of 2014” and a thousand similar things, but that no longer goes.

Of course developers want everyone to see the fantastic reviews that other users make their applications, but put this in the description of the apps leads to confusing search results are generated. If checked the page of practice and guidelines of Google following the link above, you can see what you are referring. Right there the company even provides examples of descriptions well made and poorly made.

Google does not want developers to use evidence in the descriptions of your apps

Users can always give an opinion on an application directly through the comment system Google Play, so no need for witnesses to appear in the description of an app.

Hopefully this can help developers to improve their descriptions, and turn users to make better searches.

What do you think about this? Do you seem well these new measures taken by Google or think are wrong?

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