For a while, we wrote an article that Apps with more than 2 billion installations on the Google Play Store had been removed because of click fraud.
While this cheat did not directly affect the user, the Cheetah developers wanted to know more than they should and whenever you installed an app that they recommended (even if they did not click on their link) the apps tricked the developers who advertised in their apps and were charged by such.
These Apps had more than 2 billion downloads in the Google Play Store
Thus, applications such as “Clean Master” or “Chetaah keyboards” have been reviewed by Google and some of them removed from the Google Play Store. There is only one big problem.
Users who have previously installed these applications will continue to have them installed until you delete them. That is, as long as Apps cannot have new users, they can continue to profit and deceive the users who have them installed.
That way, we’ll confirm that you do not have any of these Apps installed. If you have one, I strongly advise you to delete it immediately. You will be safeguarding your privacy and not giving money to those who deceive users and other developers.
List of apps to delete on your smartphone
- Clean Master – Uninstall the application here
- Security Master – Uninstall the application here
- CM Launcher 3D – uninstalls the application here
- Kika Keyboard – app store withdrawal
- Battery Doctor – app store withdrawal
- Cheetah Keyboard – Uninstall the application here
- CM Locker – app store withdrawal
- CM File Manager – app store withdrawal
In short, confirm in your huge list of applications that you have no application of Chetaah Mobile. As much as only these apps have been removed from the Google Play Store, I fully believe there will be more.