Wellington, Sept. 8 (ANI): Google has removed the Brazilian version of the 'Boyfriend Tracker' app, which helped in keeping an eye on one's partner, from its store because of the app's "illegal nature".
After the 'invisible' app is downloaded in a phone, it sends information of the person's location, copies of text messages to the stalker and can even make the phone become a microphone so the tracker can eavesdrop on what is happening, Stuff.co.nz reported.
The website's rep told the publication that the company had "policies that developers needed to follow".
The spokesperson asserted that Google removes applications that violate the company's policies, such as apps that are illegal or promote hate speech. (ANI)