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Manufacturers are not the only ones that annoying with pre-install applications that can not be deleted from the phone. There is also mobile operators, as well as Google.

Today it became clear that Google plans to eliminate some of its applications from the mandatory list to be installed on every new Android handset. The information comes from renewed contracts manufacturers sign with Google.

From now on manufacturers of smart Android devices will not install some of Google programs. The list includes applications such as Google+, Google Play Books, Newsstand and Google Play Games.

Applications will still be available to consumers, but only if they download them by themself from the Play Store. And here comes the logical question: And we can ask whether the social network Google+ is no longer a priority for Google?

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