Paytm app back on Google Play Store hours after it was unlisted for allegedly violating gambling policies
Paytm is back on google Play Store, hours after Google removes the app
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Fintech major on Friday evening stated the Paytm app back on Google Play Store hours after it was unlisted for allegedly violating gambling policies.

"Update: And we're back!" stated Paytm in a recent tweet.

Earlier on Friday, in a blog post, the corporate stated its recently launched ‘Paytm Cricket League’ was present in violation of the Google Play Store guidelines on gambling.

"We continue to work with Google to restore the app. We assure all our users that their balances and linked accounts are 100 % safe. Our services are fully functional on all existing apps and you can continue enjoying Paytm like before," Paytm additional stated.

Paytm stated it eliminated the cashback part to stick with the Google policy.

"While it is clear that all actions on Paytm are completely lawful, we have temporarily removed the cashback component in an effort to meet the Play Store policy requirements," the corporate stated.

Google, in its blog post on Friday, stated it doesn't permit apps facilitating sports betting and can remove such apps from the Google Play store.

"We don't allow online casinos or support any unregulated gambling apps that facilitate sports betting. This includes if an app leads consumers to an external website that allows them to participate in paid tournaments to win actual money or cash prizes, it is a violation of our policies," the weblog publish stated.

These policies are in place to protect users from potential harm, it added.

Hence, Google Removed the Indian cashless financial helper application Paytm, But it's now available in the Play Store again like before, after solving all issues regarding Play Store Guidelines.

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