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    Quote Originally Posted by sankar1992 View Post
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    Foldplay ennoru app undu music kelkkan nannu... adum illa....
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    🙄🙄entha udheshiche...

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    "നമുക്കൊരു ഒന്നൊ​ന്നര പടമുണ്ടെന്നു പറ" !!

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    These Hugely Popular Android Apps Have Been Committing Ad Fraud Behind Users? Backs


    ?Why isn't Google immediately dropping such apps from the Play store and advising users to uninstall them?? one analyst asked.

    By Craig Silverman

    Posted on November 26, 2018, at 10:50 a.m. ET

    Eight apps with a total of more than 2 billion downloads in the Google Play store have been exploiting user permissions as part of an ad fraud scheme that could have stolen millions of dollars, according to research from Kochava, an app analytics and attribution company that detected the scheme and shared its findings with BuzzFeed News.

    Seven of the apps Kochava found engaging in this behavior are owned by Cheetah Mobile, a Chinese company listed on the New York Stock Exchange that last year was accused of fraudulent business practices by a short-seller investment firm ? a charge that Cheetah vigorously denied. The other app is owned by Kika Tech, a Chinese company now headquartered in Silicon Valley that received a significant investment from Cheetah in 2016. The companies claim more than 700 million active users per month for their mobile apps.

    The allegations are the latest shock to a vast digital ad tech industry that remains dogged by a multibillion-dollar fraud problem and a mobile ecosystem rife with malicious ads and fraudulent practices. BuzzFeed News reported last month on an ad fraud scheme that tracked user behavior in dozens of Android apps to generate fake traffic and steal advertisers? money. Google estimated close to $10 million was stolen from it and its partners, and subsequently removed many of the apps from its Play store.

    While the most immediate victims are brands who lose ad dollars to bots and other schemes, ad fraud also diverts revenue away from legitimate publishers and developers. In the case of mobile apps, it can cause frustration for users who may see their phone battery drained and data usage spike as a result of illegitimate ad transactions taking place without their knowledge.

    This particular scheme exploits the fact that many app developers pay a fee, or bounty, that typically ranges from 50 cents to $3 to partners that help drive new installations of their apps. Kochava found that the Cheetah and Kika apps tracked when users downloaded new apps and used this data to inappropriately claim credit for having caused the download. The practice being executed by Cheetah and Kika is referred to as click flooding and click injection, and ensures these companies are rewarded an app-install bounty even when they played no role in an app's installation. (See ?How It Works? below for a detailed description.)

    ?This is theft ? no other way to say it,? Grant Simmons, the head of client analytics for Kochava, told BuzzFeed News. He said this example is notable because Cheetah Mobile and Kika Tech are large app developers that built these practices into their apps.

    ?These are real companies doing it ? at scale ? not some random person in their basement,? he said.

    After this story was published, two of Cheetah Mobile's apps, CM Locker and Battery Doctor, were removed from the Google Play store. The company later said in a statement that it "temporarily removed Battery Doctor and CM Locker from the Google Play Store on our own initiative. CM Locker has been re-launched already, and Battery Doctor will be re-launched very soon." (It did not immediately respond when asked by BuzzFeed News why it removed the apps.)

    https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article...chava-ad-fraud

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    Spotify Postpones Launch in India

    As January 31st wound down in India, there was still no sign of the blowout party that Spotify had planned to celebrate its long-anticipated launch in the country, which multiple sources told Variety was scheduled to take place today. That launch was postponed within the past few days, according to a source close to the situation, with a new date slated for either February or March.

    A rep for the company declined requests for comment.

    Some sources say the delay was because the streaming giant has not yet locked down deals for the country with the three major-label groups ? Sony, Universal and Warner ? although this was not confirmed at press time, and it?s possible that Spotify could have launched in the country without them. Those companies are not as big in India as they are in many other countries, and the announcement earlier this month that Spotify has inked a content deal with T-Series, the country?s leading music and film company, ensures that it will be rolling out with plenty of popular content.

    However, Spotify?s launch in India hinges on additional deals that are yet to be finalized. While the app will be available in English, the company hopes to expand into different regional music markets in India, a country with 1.33 billion people and dozens of dialects ? music in five languages is expected to be available on the initial launch. While the partnership with T-series covers a wide range of commercial Hindi music, including Bollywood soundtracks, the main regional music dominating India includes Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Bengali, which likely means connections with labels specializing in those languages.

    Just before Spotify?s public listing last March, the company announced that it had opened an office in Mumbai and hired 300 people, but it faces a steep challenge in India. As Variety reported in November, it will launch with an extended free trial period that sources say will be significantly longer than the 30 days of full-access that was offered in Vietnam and South Africa in 2018. While a Financial Times report earlier this month said that the length of the free-trial period was a major cause of the holdup, a source tells Variety that the sticking point is actually the royalty Spotify initially offered for the free-trial period, which is said to be dramatically lower than the local services are paying.

    Even if the licensing is secured, more obstacles remain. In addition to the fierce competition from local streamers like Saavn and Gaana (which sources say Spotify had considered purchasing in the past), Spotify could be staring down a potentially slow conversion from free to premium, and large sections of the country have broadband difficulties; although Internet access is inexpensive in India, infrastructure is still developing in many areas. However, Spotify faced similar challenges in Indonesia and Africa, and launched in those territories anyway.

    https://variety.com/2019/music/news/...ed-1203124575/
    Last edited by firecrown; 02-04-2019 at 12:10 AM.
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    * 12/18 - Odiyan - 2.7/5
    * 11/18 - Drama - 2/5
    * 07/18 - Neerali - 2.5/5
    * 10/17 - Villain - 2.5/5
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    Akashvani AIR App has lot of FM stations.
    But he App crashes often.
    @firecrowm

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Akashvani AIR App has lot of FM stations.
    But he App crashes often.
    @firecrowm
    athil ullathu akashvani fm stations alle....private stations like radio mango, club fm, red fm, radio mirchi okke undo?

    link tharamo?...search cheythittu kittunnilla.
    Huge fan of Lalettan!
    My ratings for last 5 Lalettan movies:
    * 12/18 - Odiyan - 2.7/5
    * 11/18 - Drama - 2/5
    * 07/18 - Neerali - 2.5/5
    * 10/17 - Villain - 2.5/5
    * 08/17 - VP - 2.5/5





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    Quote Originally Posted by firecrown View Post
    athil ullathu akashvani fm stations alle....private stations like radio mango, club fm, red fm, radio mirchi okke undo?

    link tharamo?...search cheythittu kittunnilla.
    Seems to be removed from Playstore.

    https://www.apkmonk.com/app/com.blis..._Radio_Online/

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    Quote Originally Posted by BangaloreaN View Post
    Seems to be removed from Playstore.

    https://www.apkmonk.com/app/com.blis..._Radio_Online/
    i only install from playstore...

    tunein radio ennoru app famous aayi varikayanu....maybe soon all stations will be added on this app.....right now dubai based malayalam stations ellam undu ithil....radio mango, hit 96.7 and flowers fm......https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...n.player&hl=en
    Huge fan of Lalettan!
    My ratings for last 5 Lalettan movies:
    * 12/18 - Odiyan - 2.7/5
    * 11/18 - Drama - 2/5
    * 07/18 - Neerali - 2.5/5
    * 10/17 - Villain - 2.5/5
    * 08/17 - VP - 2.5/5





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