Google Play to Ban all “Sugar Daddy” Apps

No more sugar daddy apps in the Google Play – Android app store.

The updated policy also features new restrictions in the Inappropriate Content Policy that prohibits apps that include compensated sexual relationships. The “sugar daddy” apps will not be allowed on Google’s Play Store with effect from September 1, 2021.

Sugar daddy refers to an older, wealthy individual who presents gifts and money to a younger partner to have a relationship with them. Even though Google did not say why these apps are going to be prohibited but this announcement falls in line with the United State’s law against online sex trafficking that removes protection of content promoting or facilitating prostitution.

The existing content policy states, “We don’t allow apps that contain or promote sexual content or profanity, including pornography, or any content or services intended to be sexually gratifying.”

This new policy will take effect on September 1st.


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Google Play to Ban all “Sugar Daddy” Apps

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