Adding further they said that their analysis indicates that this Trojan is in its testing stage but given its potential, every mobile user should be aware of GPlayed. As mobile developers have recently begun eschewing traditional app stores and instead want to deliver their software directly through their own means. But GPlayed is an example of where this can go wrong, especially if a mobile user is not aware of how to distinguish a fake app versus a real one.
In spite of Google taking strict measures to control the stream of Android malware to the Play app store, it can’t recognize Trojan malware covered up in authentic applications. General Android application users are thus advised to be cautious in installing, such resembling phony Google applications.