Google will ask big named mobile phone makers to cough up some more money if they want to use its own apps that come pre-installed on mobile phones.
From the end of this month big names like Samsung, LG, Sony, and others will have to pay for pre-installed apps through a license agreement which we believe will come as a bundle, so G-Mail, YouTube and so on would be in the bundle.
Google were fined £5bn after breaking anti trust laws in Europe recently and it is thought this is why they have decided to stink the makers of these mobile phones which ultimately means mobile handsets will cost more.
The big names on the mobile market have yet to respond to this, and no one knows just yet what Samsung and LG etc are going to do next, it has been mentioned that they could use a different web browser and search engine.
Either way mobile phone fans and those after an upgrade and do not want an iPhone will be biting their nails right now in anticipation on what is to happen.