I’m the developer of Pi-hole Droid, the unofficial Android client https://github.com/friimaind/pi-hole-droid
I published my app on Google Play Store but after a few months Google decided to block my app because:
After review, Pi-hole Droid, friimaind.piholedroid, has been suspended and removed from Google Play as a policy strike because it violates the impersonation policy.
My app is free and open source and it connects to Pi-hole by the officials APIs. It uses only two things “related” to Pi-hole:
- the logo (you can view it on my Github repository)
- the name “Pi-hole Droid”
I know that Pi-hole is licensed with EUPL so I don’t think that there could be a problem.
I would like to know if it violates Pi-hole’s licensing in some way because I don’t make money from my app, it is and will forever open source and free but I don’t want to violate any license.
Yesterday I contacted the Google support team but it would be great to have an official response from Pi-hole’s team.