All call recording apps are being removed from Google Play
Tomorrow the app store space will be cleared
Now among large companies it has become fashionable to care about the privacy of users (Meta does not count). So the American corporation Google decided to keep up with the trends.
Starting from May 11 this year, new Google Play rules will come into effect, according to which all applications that allow you to record calls will disappear from the store.
According to one of the users of Reddit, before the performance of such applications was provided by the accessibility API (or Accessibility API). But now its use to record voice calls is no longer possible.
Google representatives at the developer webinar also stated that the accessibility API is not designed to record calls, and the company will actively fight against such use of it.
An Accessibility API is a part of a platform or OS that can provide third-party applications with information about the objects it interacts with.
It is worth saying that Google's innovations will not affect pre-installed or previously downloaded applications. So, if you need, then there is still time to download such an application.