Very surprized about this removal and even more about the issue. No any details are provided. 5 years of hard work, user's experience, feedback, reviews - everything has been lost just in a moment. Interesting thing is that FORScan Demo wasn't removed.Issue: Violation of Repetitive Content policy
We don't allow apps that merely provide the same experience as other apps already on Google Play. Apps should provide value to users through creation of unique content or services.
We have requested details from the Google team, will see.
Today Google finally answered to our appeal and returned FORScan Lite back to the market. No explanations or excuses, just instruction how to re-activate it.
We have unpublished FORScan Demo because we suspect that "Violation of Repetitive Content policy" was caused by the fact FORScan Lite and FORScan Demo are 2 very similar applications, that contradicts to Google Repetitive Content policy:
Yes, FORScan Lite and FORScan Demo are quite different... but not for Google AI that makes decisions about blocking....Creating multiple apps with highly similar functionality, content, and user experience. If these apps are each small in content volume, developers should consider creating a single app that aggregates all the content....