The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has made new rules for Google in India. After this, now many changes will be seen in the android smartphone. Google itself has given information on all this through its blog. Know about the new changes.

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has made new rules for Google in India. According to them, new changes will now be seen in Google's Android OS. With this, the problems of the users will also be removed and they will also get a better experience than before.

Supreme Court gave a blow to Google

Last week, the Supreme Court refused to stay the Competition Commission of India's (CCI) order imposing a penalty of Rs 1,337.76 crore on Google for taking advantage of the dominant position of its Android operating system.

Now google will change

Following the CCI decision, Google will make significant changes to its platforms and business in India. Under this, OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) will be able to license personalized Google apps for pre-installation on their devices.

Now what will change in Android smartphones with the new rule

Till now, whenever someone used to buy a new android smartphone, then Google's apps like Google Maps, YouTube, etc. were pre-installed i.e. pre-downloaded. Users could not even delete these apps from their phones. But now smartphone companies will either sell smartphones without installing these Google apps. And even if Google provides preloaded apps, users will be able to delete them.

In the first phone, Google was the only search engine by default. Now users on android smartphones will be allowed to choose their default search engine. Apart from Google, users can also choose search engines like Microsoft Bing, or Yahoo.

The company will now allow users to choose an alternate billing system while purchasing an app from the Google Play Store. App developers can now offer their payment system for payment. Due to this, he will now have to pay less to the company instead of a 30 percent commission. Due to this, the prices of apps can also be cut.

Now apps can be easily updated through Google Play on android phones.

Google is updating the Android compatibility requirements to introduce changes for partners to make non-compatible or forked variants of its OS. The forked variant is the one in which android is usually found without Google's Play Services. In this, they have their separate app store. Amazon FireOS is just one example of a forked version of Android and Bharat OS.