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Slide for Reddit back on the Play Store after Google admits mistake

Slide for Reddit back on the Play Store after Google admits mistake

The popular open-source Reddit client Slide for Reddit is now back on the Play Store after being mistakenly pulled by Google on July 9th. The company initially claimed that the app violated the Play Store's "impersonation" policy. However, upon further review, the app was found to be compliant with Play Store policies, and the app's listing was reinstated today.

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Slide for Reddit returns to Play Store, single word in app listing's screenshot blamed for removal (Updated)

Slide for Reddit returns to Play Store, single word in app listing's screenshot blamed for removal (Updated)

Slide for Reddit is a reasonably popular third-party, cross-platform, open-source Reddit client. In my humble opinion, it's the best one out there (don't @ me), but fans of the app may have noticed that it disappeared from the Play Store in the last couple of days. It turns out, the developer ran into a small problem with the app's rating, which, thanks to Google's stereotypically terrible developer support, quickly exploded into a full-blown suspension of the developer's account. (Update: And now it's back on the Play Store.)

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What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Ryne can't live without

What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Ryne can't live without

I've been here at Android Police for over a year, now, fighting my way up the ranks and RSS feeds. So far I've succeeded, and having the opportunity to spend my days writing about technology has been incredible. As a result of that, I've accrued a ton of hardware and software, much of which has become an integral part of my workflow and life.

So here's a peek at all the stuff, personal and professional, that lets me do me.

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