.On receiving considerable heat for filling the Realme 10 Pro series with bloatware, Realme has now issued a statement on the same, promising users it is working on a solution.
Realme’s latest series, the Realme 10 Pro series, has received quite a bit of criticism lately for being filled with bloatware. The smartphone comes with a host of third-party apps that are deemed unsuitable and also impair user experience due to endless notifications and alerts. Realme has finally issued a statement addressing the same.
Realme’s statement on the bloatware issue in the Realme 1 Pro series
Addressing the issue, the brand released a statement saying “We at realme have taken cognizance of the issue with a few unsuitable app recommendations in the latest realme devices. We take this matter very seriously and are taking strict corrective steps to rectify this error, as we are committed to always delivering the best experience to our users across segments.”
We want to assure our users that in addition to tracking recent developments in the app recommendations folder, we are also constantly striving to moderate the user experience by screening such apps. Our team has identified a batch of applications through keyword searches and blacklisted them. So far we have blacklisted more than 95% of the ill-suited recommendations on our smartphones.” they further clarified.
The brand also assured users that it is working on a solution. “Furthermore, we are working on enhancing our keyword monitoring mechanism and optimizing the audit mechanism for unsuitable apps and keywords. The team is also working to come up with a permanent solution to moderate app recommendations on all our devices. There will also be an automatic warning mechanism for our backend team for any such apps for immediate redressal.”
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