Google no longer forces its search on Android users in Russia

Yandex founder and CEO Arkady Volozh celebrates Yandex listing on the Nasdaq exhange in New York
Yandex founder and CEO Arkady Volozh (C) celebrates as Yandex is listed on the Nasdaq exchange during their IPO at the Nasdaq market site in New York, May 24, 2011. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)

Previously in April, Russian government ordered that Android phones in the country should allow Yandex, which is a Russian version of Google, widely used in Russia and have been used as default search provider.

After the launch of latest of a version of Chrome, v.60 if you are at home, Russians are asked to select their default search engine when the browser will be opened.

According to a blog post by a Yandex,  “This is a huge milestone for Russian users and something we have been working toward for a long time,”.

According to reports, that issue is resolved and Yandex can now get back to estimate its relationship with upper.

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