Google Lobbying Apple For Getting Approved Google Apps on App Store

Apple has tightened its ante against Google and some other technology vendors by not approving their apps on the App Store. As a result, apart from Google search there is no other Google apps on the App Store. The prime Google apps such as Google maps have an alternative Apple app called Maps supplied as an in-built app on the iOS devices. The other famous apps such as Google Docs, Google Voice and few others are also not allowed on App Store. Google is reportedly lobbying Apple for getting these apps approved so that the iPhone and iPad users too can get to leverage from the smart support.

The move from Apple is clearly unhealthy in terms of sustaining a healthy competition across the industry. Some time back it was reported that Facebook too banned Google+ ads from their network in order to curb down the competition from the challenger. These malpractices will not drive the industry far as users wish to gain from the partners who can offer fair products and deals. As an outplay Android is emerging as a platform that will offer streamlined OS and plethora of apps from vendors to choose from without any restriction. Apple’s tough stand in the competitive market space is at times bit too much to comprehend for even the SMEs.

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