I pulled it myself, it wasn’t auto pulled. It is a shame, although tbf I think it’s more for Google to step in & define exactly where the legal boundaries lie when using their Android API’s that consequently interact with other apps.

Seeing as both myself AND this other company are both making use of PUBLIC Android API’s it really does seem Google needs to step in and clarify lest all us indie developers be bullied by larger companies as we can’t afford to pay for legal service to determine where we actually stand.

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