Google just says no to marijuana apps


While more states are passing laws legalizing marijuana, Google is trying to make it harder for smokers to connect with sellers. Earlier this week, the company announced that it will no longer allow apps in the Google Play Store that “facilitate the sale of marijuana or marijuana products regardless of legality.” In other words, even in states where weed is legal, Google will ban these apps.
This new policy is now listed in the Google Play Store Developer Center website (via Android Police) and gives three examples of violations. These include allowing users to order …

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