Google Offers $1,000 Reward for finding bugs in Android apps

In a bid to have bug-free apps in play store.Google is partnering with HackerOne to Launch Google Play Security Reward Program. It encourages experts/researchers to work with Android developers and find vulunerabilities in apps.Google will pay $1000 apart from the bounty third-parties apps might pay.

So far apps likes, Alibaba, Snapchat, Duolingo, Line, Dropbox, Headspace, and Tinder have managed to make some space in Google’s new Play Security reward program. So, finally, it looks like Google has begun to take the right path to secure their Play Store by offering rewards to independent researchers.

Google Offers $1,000 Reward for finding bugs in Android apps

Google on its App Security page stated: "Through the program, we will further improve app security which will benefit Android developers, Android users, and the entire Google Play Environment."

For program rules and vulnerability criteria visit the .

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