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Google is ready to reward anyone that can hack Tinder, Duolingo, Dropbox, Snapchat, and Headspace

This is the first that Google will reward on behalf of developers, if you are a good hacker then this is your time to reward from Google. Google is not trying to plat a game but to know how far they have gone in the line of security measure.
Some people are dedicated to manipulate apps and bypass security, according to latest post reaching Google is beating chest to have put in place the necessary measure to keep their user save. Currently thirteen apps including Tinder, Duolingo, Dropbox, Snapchat, and Headspace, and some others have participated these security reward program after Google has put all security measure into consideration though it has not being effective on all apps but Google is vouching on thirteen app that no one or any hacker can manipulate or break into, if you know you can outsmart Google try one and get them the feedback for your reward.

According to Google in collaboration with bug bounty platform HackerOne, has launched the Google Play Security Reward Program, which promises $1,000 to anyone who can identify security vulnerabilities in participating Google Play apps. I think this is awesome and indeed a good news, just sit in your room and make $1,000


This is how it goes
In the recent time Google have been battling with security issues and I think now they are so confident to come out bold challenging hacker to lay hand on any app from Google play store most especially the thirteen popular mentioned to see whether they can succeed in breaking into any app through their weaknesses. After they have gotten solid assurance from the HackerOne Company base on their collaboration, they have drawn a price tag of $1,000 as a reward for any capable and competent hacker that can work on their weakness and break in successfully.

A developer who uncovers a vulnerability in Tinder will now receive a cash bonus from Google in addition to the money they receive from Tinder's program.
"Participating apps that already have a bug bounty program will now have the opportunity to attract an even more diverse set of hackers," Adam Bacchus, HackerOne's chief bounty officer, told Mashable.

The 13 apps currently participating were selected based on their popularity among Android users. After a trial period with the small group, Google will open the program to the larger community.