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Google boots popular anti-spam call service YouMail off the Play Store (Update: It's back)

Google boots popular anti-spam call service YouMail off the Play Store (Update: It's back)

Every other month, a legitimate, useful app gets kicked off the Play Store while sleazy applications with bad intentions thrive. Google's removal algorithms often cite arbitrary reasons as in the recent case of Slide for Reddit. The third-party client was removed for including a screenshot of an article in its listing that contained the word "ISIS" (which had been there for years). The latest app to be hit by Google's automated patrol is YouMail, a visual voicemail service that offers spam call protection.

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[Update: It's Back] YouMail Pulled From Android Market Due To A Complaint From T-Mobile Citing "Adverse Network Disruption"

[Update: It's Back] YouMail Pulled From Android Market Due To A Complaint From T-Mobile Citing "Adverse Network Disruption"

Update: Looks like YouMail has gotten to the bottom of the issue. Turns out that it was a bug in the code (a bug they were aware of, no less) and they didn't realize how severe the issue actually was. They've since corrected the issue (or are in the process of), and will be back in the Android Market shortly. For full details, check out the YouMail Blog.

YouMail, a popular (and free) visual voice mail solution, mysteriously disappeared from the Android Market today. In an email notification, the makers of YouMail were informed that the app was pulled due to a complaint from T-Mobile that the app was causing "adverse network disruption."

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