Google has begun removing dating apps from its Play Store. Apps banned by Google in the Play Store are called Sugar Dating or Sugar Daddy App. The company announced a ban on these applications on June 29. The company has taken this decision to prevent sexual content on its platform. In a statement, the Play Store said it was banning apps used for sex instead of money or other benefits.
What is a sugar daddy op?
The term sugar daddy is new in India, but it is quite popular in Western countries. Sugar talks about daddy ops, in which an older person is dating a younger person. He spends money on her and meets almost all of her needs, but in return he wants the young man’s companionship or sexual favors.
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India’s largest sugar daddy
The sugar daddy trend in India is slowing down. According to the leading sugar dating app and website, India has the highest number of sugar daddies in Asian countries. Google has banned Sugar Daddy Apps to prevent money laundering. According to Google, it blocks applications that perform sexually explicit and offensive activities.
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These popular apps will also be banned
Popular Sugar Daddy ops that Google is going to ban include apps like SDM, Spoil, Sugar Daddy. Google has decided to ban these apps from September 1. With the new policy of the Google Play Store, let us tell you that common dating apps like Tinder or Bumble are no harm.