Google Play Store bans apps that use Accessibility Services in unintended ways – Liliputing

Google’s Android phones include a set of Accessibility Services that are designed to make phones or tablets usable by people with physical disabilities. For example, users with visual impairments can use a screen reader to navigate their phone with verbal feedback.

But developers have found creative uses for Google’s accessibility APIs, since they allow an app to do things on a phone that would normally require root access.

Source: Google Play Store bans apps that use Accessibility Services in unintended ways – Liliputing

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