Google won't allow marijuana delivery apps in the Play Store

Google has added a rule banning apps that “facilitate” the sale of marijuana
— whether they’re operating legally or not — but the company says it’s not trying to drive pot-related services off the Google Play Store. Android Police noted the change earlier today, speculating that it might spell trouble for the popular weed-finding apps Eaze and Weedmaps. Google said that it’s working with developers to make their apps compliant with the new rules, rather than trying to ban them from the Play Store altogether.

Android apps can apparently still promote pot, but they’re not allowedto offer an “in-app shopping cart feature” to assist with “arranging delivery or pick up of marijuana” or to otherwise “facilitate the sale of marijuana or marijuana products, regardless of legality.”





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