Update 1: According to sources, JustDial's new app was made live on Google Play, last week. JustDial's old app, which was developed by July Systems and had been downloaded about 700, 000 times was pulled by JustDial before the release of the new app. However, the new app was removed after Google found that it violated certain terms. JustDial has resubmitted the app but it might take upto two weeks for a decision from Google's end. In the meantime, JustDial has reactivated the old app which was made by July systems. Update: We've received a response from JustDial, saying that Google had asked the company to investigate (problems) before the launch. JustDial says that it's already in talks with Google to get some clarity on the issue, and that the app will be back soon. However, JustDial did not comment on our query about the app sending user data. It appears that online and telephone business listings company Just Dial's Android app has been removed from the Google Play application marketplace. One of our readers pointed out that the JustDial app is no longer available. He also mentions that the app received an update last week, following which it started retrieving and storing the user's entire phone book, without a warning or disclaimer. We also tried searching for the app, and were not able to locate it. According to Google Developer distribution agreement, it can takedown an app if it : " (a) violates the intellectual property rights or any other rights of…
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