Ads have turned into the standard when you look at your home screen of your smartphone. Rather than beautiful backdrops and notifications, some apps give users unforeseen ads, which are frequently irritating.
Despite the fact that ads may a few times display items which we haven’t caught wind of, they can be very meddlesome now and again that people have begun utilizing ad blockers to get rid of them. This time Google has taken a solid stand against those apps and chose to restrict apps from displaying lock screen ads.
Google has set some extremely strict rules on how developers can use ads inside their apps. In its refreshed developer policy, Google specifically says that unless your application is specifically a lock screen application, you can’t demonstrate ads on a gadget’s lock screen
Here’s the official declaration from Google’s Developer Policy Center:
“Unless the exclusive purpose of the app is that of a lock screen, apps may not introduce ads or features that monetize the locked display of a device.”
Google will start prohibiting apps which are going against the refreshed Developer Policy. However, this does exclude lock screen apps or even those whose sole design is to pay you in return for showing you ads on the bolt screen. Those apps are fine.