AppYet v3.1.41 - v3.1.43 Released


New Member
Thank you AppYet for your quick response , I tried latest version v3.1.42 but get new rejection.



Active Member
Oh! That's great @appyet!
However, I still have problems opening https webpages inside the in-app browser. The screen turns white but the page don't load.


Active Member
Well, I will include an small suggestion to improve UI. Use the Float Action Button Color as a secondary colour in all the app:

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Oh! That's great @appyet!
However, I still have problems opening https webpages inside the in-app browser. The screen turns white but the page don't load.
What is HTTPS URL? Show us how to reproduce this problem

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Hey @appyet, it will be great if we can include in app an full screen startup image.

It will be nice if you can add it in a new update and publish it fast :)


I gave privacy policy in app and in developer console... I have updated 3.1.42. still I got this error.

Issue: Violation of Inappropriate Ads policy
The ads shown within your app must be appropriate for the intended audience of your app, even if the content by itself is otherwise compliant with our policies. For example, ads that show mature content or services cannot be served in apps that have a content rating for younger audiences.

package name of app: com.tspsc.general.studies
Privacy Policy Link :

Please help me @appyet


New Member
http links does not open in default browser even if we set it to open in default browser, it still opens in app.
Only https opens in default browser.
Hi developers at online shopping apps,

After review, All in One Online Shopping App Online Shopping App,, has been removed from Google Play due to a policy violation. This app won’t be available to users until you submit a compliant update.

Issue: Violation of Usage of Android Advertising ID policy and section 4.8 of the Developer Distribution Agreement

Google Play requires developers to provide a valid privacy policy when the app requests or handles sensitive user or device information. We’ve identified that your app collects and transmits the Android advertising identifier, which is subject to a privacy policy requirement. If your app collects the Android advertising ID, you must provide a valid privacy policy in both the designated field in the Play Console, and from within the app.

Next steps: Submit your app for another review

  1. Read through the Usage of Android Advertising ID and User Data policies, as well as the Developer Distribution Agreement, and make appropriate changes to your app. If you decide to collect sensitive user information, be sure to abide by the above policies, and include a link to a valid privacy policy on your app's store listing page and within your app.
  2. Make sure that your app is compliant with all other Developer Program Policies. Additional enforcement could occur if there are further policy violations.
  3. Sign in to your Play Console and submit the update to your app.
Alternatively, you may opt-out of this requirement by removing any requests for sensitive permissions or user data.

If approved, your app will again be available with all installs, ratings, and reviews intact.

If you’ve reviewed the policy and feel this removal may have been in error, please reach out to our policy support team. One of my colleagues will get back to you within 2 business days.

Thanks for helping us provide a clear and transparent experience for Google Play users.



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