An anonymous reader shares the message: Total Commander has been around since the 90s, eventually it switched to Android after the platform was launched more than a decade ago. The app has over 10 million downloads in the Play Store, still supports OS versions up to Android 2.2. With the new update, developer Christian Gisler has removed the ability to install APK files on Android, accusing Google Play policy of noticing patches for the app. This is a shocking twist for the service and a seemingly bad omen for other mobile file managers. A post on the forum from Ghisler sheds more light on what is happening here, as Google has sent him a notification warning to remove his app from the Play Store within a week if the program remains unchanged. The company’s automated response showed the developer the “Device and Network Abuse” policy.

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