China’s one of the most famous browsers, UC Browser, removed from Chinese Android App Stores after Alibaba’s Group criticized Chinese State Television’s annual customer rights show for including medical ads by unqualified companies.
China has been fixing guidelines for its huge web area, with the Alibaba eCommerce established by billionaire Jack Ma confronting particularly weighty examination. UC Browser has now been restricted from downloading on Android app stores operated by major Chinese phone makers like Huawei, Xiaomi, and Vivo as of Tuesday evening. However, it was still available on Apple Inc’s Chinese App Store.
UC Browser was among a few Chinese and foreign organizations focused on analysis for a scope of issues on China Central Television’s famous two-hour early evening “315” show on Monday night. UC Browser issued an apology after the show it had begun an investigation and initiated corrective measures.
Alibaba referred to the UC statement on Tuesday in response for the comment in UC’s removal by app stores.
“We will further strengthen the supervision mechanism and sense of responsibility of the platform, and provide users with the high-quality information services with more stringent standards. We urge users to continue to supervise us”, UC said on Monday.