Android is an open-source OS, so in addition to the “blessed” version that Google distributes to big-time manufacturers, a whole lot of other forms have come out. If the Android device of any user is Google certified, you are allowed to distribute Google’s official Android apps like the Play Store or Maps. However, if it is not certified, for devices such as the Amazon’s Fire OS tablets as well as most phones used in China, those apps are not supposed to be shipped. Technical users generally take the alternative of sideloading Google’s apps when they want them, yet there are
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