What’s new? Policy status and app content
This all-new Console section aims to make it easier to release policy-compliant apps and games. We know this can be a source of worry, so we designed these new sections to help guide you through the process, and they will continue to grow over time.
Your app’s policy status shows any active enforcement against your app, such as rejection, removal, or suspension from Google Play.
If your app has been suspended and you feel there has been an error, you can initiate an appeal directly from the policy status message.
Centralizing the information that developers need to provide for assessment of policy compliance in the App Content page.
Whether you're publishing an app for the first time or making an update, your app’s policy status helps you understand its compliance with Google Play policies. Your app’s policy status lets you know if, following a review, your app was found to have any compliance issues with Google Play Program Policies or the Developer Distribution Agreement.
What’s new? Your app’s policy status page shows any active enforcement against your app, such as rejection, removal, or suspension from Google Play. It also provides any available additional information that’s available, so you can address the issues that were found to violate our policies.
The App content page is where you provide and manage the information we need to ensure that your app is safe for its intended users, is compliant with Google Play Policies, and satisfies legal requirements.
You can use the App content page to:
Declare whether or not your app contains ads.
Provide and manage instructions on how to access restricted parts of your app.
Provide details about your app's target audience and content.
Describe how you intend to use any high-risk or sensitive permissions such as SMS / Call Log permissions.