Lucky Patchers is the latest app to be pulled from Google Play after an app was discovered that was potentially causing the app to crash and prevent users from accessing the web.
It’s the latest in a string of apps that have been pulled from the Play Store for possible security problems.
But while the app was a relatively easy fix, the team behind Lucky Patches believes it’s a positive step forward for developers.
Lucky Patchies code is free, and its developers have already published an explanation on their blog, explaining how to get the app running again.
“We hope this helps other developers, and makes the process easier for everyone who has been affected,” the blog post reads.
“This means that the developers are free to do what they want with the code they’ve written, and there’s nothing in the code that can be malicious,” the team wrote in a blog post.
“The code was made by the same team that wrote the original Lucky Patchery app.
The team that created Lucky Patchent has been working hard to ensure that all code they use in Lucky Patched is 100% secure.
The code is 100-percent free, so this is a great example of a great developer doing the right thing by their users.”
Lucky Patching is free on the Google Play store and can be downloaded from Google’s developer store.