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    Question Google Play Trademark violations

    Hi all,

    My app has been removed from the Google Play Store because using "iphone" keyword in the title & description (Apple sent an email complain about my app to Google Play ).

    Now i'm published others app, but just using "iphone" keyword in the feedback link like this:

    My app description bla bla
    Give us feedback: http://mywebsite.com/my-app-iphone-bla-bla
    My question is this way violate Google Play policy? thanks for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monsterbka View Post
    Hi all,

    My app has been removed from the Google Play Store because using "iphone" keyword in the title & description (Apple sent an email complain about my app to Google Play ).

    Now i'm published others app, but just using "iphone" keyword in the feedback link like this:



    My question is this way violate Google Play policy? thanks for your help!
    If you want iphone keyword just put at end of description. "Also available on iPhone and iPad"
    www.magicgenieapps.com

    Make apps with no coding required

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    Quote Originally Posted by DroidGenie View Post
    If you want iphone keyword just put at end of description. "Also available on iPhone and iPad"
    That's simple and useful, thanks you

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    yeah as the guy above mentioned the correct way to write is like that, but I wonder if they will Remove your app still.. I think certain keywords such as Google, iPhone, ps3 etc etc... you cannot use regardless...

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    The problem is in that fact that "iphone" is a registered trademark, and you cannot use this keyword. There are a lot of details that you should know. Try to ask these guys https://vakilsearch.com/trademark-search , they are giving free legal advice. When I had such king of questions, they helped me.

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