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Google has been sued from 37 states in the US over its policies on Android app stores like Google Play.The lawsuit alleges that the tech giant used "monopoly power" to make huge profits from in-store purchases

It also claims that slotxo Google has acquired a competitor.Google says it has a rival app store for Android devices, and apps can be downloaded directly from the developer's website.The 37 states involved in the legal action are New York,

Tennessee and North Carolina. including Washington, D.C.It criticized the commissions Google takes on purchases within Google Play, which can be as high as 30%, in line with Apple's App Store policies and other competitor stores such as Amazon and Microsoft XBox.

In 2020, Google's total revenue from Google Play was $36.8 billion ($26.7 billion), Statista reported, while Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook claimed it was unknown how much profit the App Store was making as "the most profitable app". Entity within his company