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The latest Android app for phones and tablets is available on Google Play and in the Apple App Store, but not everyone is happy about it.
The new Google Play version of Dragon Software has a new lock screen with an app called “Unlocker.”
In this app, users can lock the device, which then gets locked.
The lock screen, meanwhile, has an icon of a “lock” icon.
When the lock icon appears on the lock menu, the lock bar opens up.
The user can now change the app that is installed on the device.
It’s not clear what happens when the user removes the app from the lock and opens the lock app.
The app also has a notification box that says, “Uninstall this app.”
The Lock Screen app appears to be an extension of the existing lock screen that users can install.
The icon in the icon drawer shows that the app is installed, and there’s a button to uninstall the app.
The notification box says, in part, “This app contains a copy of an unauthorized copy of the Android operating system.
This copy is not authorized by Google.”
The app has no official Google Play name.
A Google Play review of the app says it’s a “free download” that users should “not install.”
The review says that the Lock Screen App “does not allow access to the lock.”
The new Lock Screen is the latest version of the popular Dragon Software app, which has been available for iOS and Android since 2013.
It can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
The new app can also be found in the Google Store.
In an email to The Times, Dragon Software wrote, “The Dragon Software Lock Screen apps are a copycat app and does not contain any Android OS or Android features.
The apps is a copy and paste of the original Dragon Software Unlocker.
The copy is designed to allow access only to the locked device.
The original Unlocker does not allow the user to unlock the device without the use of the Lock screen app.”
In an interview with Ars Technica, Dragon said it was not trying to copy any of the unlock apps.
“If the app doesn’t work, the user will need to download the other app from Google Play,” Dragon wrote.
“The original Unlockers is also still available on the Google store for a price of $4.99, though the price has dropped considerably.”
Dragon Software, which is based in Singapore, was founded in 2010.
The company makes Android phones, tablets and computers, among other products.