Google has suspended two apps from its Google Play app store amid allegations that they could have been used in an ad fraud scheme.

Based on an internal investigation, Google has suspended Cheetah Mobile Inc.’s CM File Manager app and Kika Tech Inc.’s Keyboard app after BuzzFeed News reported last week that several apps from the Chinese companies have allegedly exploited user permissions, allowing the developers to inappropriately claim credit for having prompted the download.



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