Google as of late rolled out certain improvements to Play Store Policy become effective beginning May 11. One of those changes means to kill call recording applications on Android for good.
As indicated by Reddit client NLL Apps, this specific strategy change influences the utilization of the Accessibility API by application engineers. Google expresses, “The Accessibility API isn’t planned and can’t be mentioned for remote call sound recording.” Google additionally explained the approach in an engineer online course streamed live only a couple of hours prior.
Google has been gradually belittling and eliminating APIs that empower bring recording more than a few Android renditions. The organization does this for the sake of protection and security and furthermore in light of the fact that call recording regulations are so shifted across various nations. In Android 10, Google hindered call recording of course. So to bypass the limitation, Play Store applications began utilizing the Accessibility API to record calls. This will presently not be imaginable after Google carries out the new changes one month from now.
All things considered, Google’s approach is simply restricted to outsider call recording applications on the Play Store. Local call recording usefulness on telephones, for example, the Google Pixels or Xiaomi telephones with the Mi Dialer won’t be impacted.
“On the off chance that the application is the default dialer on the telephone and furthermore pre-stacked, availability ability is isn’t expected to gain admittance to the approaching sound stream, and henceforth, won’t be in infringement,” the moderator made sense of in the engineer online class examining the Google Play strategy refreshes.
Basically, framework applications can get any consent since they are pre-introduced on the telephone. Outsider applications don’t have a similar elbowroom and have to obtain authorizations.