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  • KingDaddy
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    EU complains that Google should not force it's apps and services upon it's users... Look EU, I know you mean well, but when an OEM sells me a phone with all it's apps, the first thing I do is shut them up, disable them and install the Google apps. Android phones like the HTC10 are adding more Google apps because that's what the users want, not what Google wants.

  • NinjaKlaus
    +2

    I'm confused, why is Apple not also on the hook here? I assume what they really want is for phones to come like some computers and at each step ask which app you would like to install until you have all the cores installed that you want.

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