Google is planning to introduce DRM protection in the Play Store’s online app store due to the increasing occurrence of malware distribution. Android will add a “small amount” of secure metadata to verify the security of application distribution sources. The authenticity of the applications will be checked even in offline mode. Some experts were distrustful of such an innovation because of the increased authorization for developers and fears of unauthorized control on their part. But for most users, DRM protection will help protect devices from fake programs or software infected with viruses. The innovation will be especially relevant in those countries that the Google store is not always available to users, because of which you have to resort to alternative sources of application distribution, and they are not always reliable.