DMA: Users should be able to switch to alternative apps more easily

The European Parliament wants to force major digital companies to offer mobile phone users alternatives to pre-installed apps. The majority of MEPs voted in favor of an amendment to the Digital Markets Act (DMA) on Tuesday. According to the amendment, Google, for example, could be obliged to show users a list of alternative search engine or email providers on its Android operating system once it has gone live.

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