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Google will ask EU Android users to choose default browser, search app

Google was dealt a major blow by the European Commission last year after it was fined almost $5 billion for practices relating to pre-installed Google apps on third-party Android phones. Now, the Mountain View company has announced that it will take more action to abide by the ruling.

According to a Google blog post, the company said it’ll let Android phone owners in Europe know about the variety of browsers and search engines available to download.
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Google will ask European Android users to choose default browser, search app

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