Google’s free translation app Braille translator for Android is no longer available.
The app was removed from the Google Play store after it was reported to have been found to contain spam, and now Google is saying it will be available for everyone on Google Play in the future.
The removal of the app comes after Google changed its guidelines to prohibit spam in translation apps, but also after users reported that the app contained spam and links to fake translations.
Google said it will remove the app once it has been reviewed by its human moderation team.
Google’s app was a popular one in the app store, but was removed following complaints about the spam filter.
In the last few weeks, Braille has been removed from its app store and the Google Reader app, both of which were removed as well.
Google Reader is now free, but users can still use Google’s Braille app on other Android devices.