Breaking News Brief is a mobile application designed to keep you informed and updated on the latest news and events from around the world.

It allows users to quickly scan through the most important headlines and breaking stories and stay updated with what’s latest.

Whether you’re interested in politics, technology, sports, or entertainment, Breaking News Brief provides a comprehensive overview of the top news stories, allowing you to stay informed and engaged in a convenient way.

Breaking News Brief app re-installing on Android phone

Having said that, some users are now reporting an issue where Breaking News Brief app is installing itself on Android phones.

According to reports, Breaking News Brief app is automatically re-installing itself through ads on other applications. Here are some reports for reference:


Only installed this to rate it one star. Every time the ad runs, it opens a separate window with a widget for instant installation, and there is no way to prevent it. It’s invasive should not be allowed in the Play Store. (Source)

The instant download from an ad in another game is awful. It’s so stressful just to escape the ad, then i have to go and uninstall it because the back button is right where the “indtant install” button is 🤦‍♀️ (Source)

Apparently, users who have downloaded apps like My Waifu, an AI chat app or any other app that includes advertisements are seeing Breaking News Brief ads.

And these ads have auto-install buttons that activate when users try to exit them. Consequently, the app installs itself in the background without the user’s awareness or consent.

The app is installing itself without user permission apparently because it is a Verizon bloatware app, therefore it is already ‘pre-authorised’ to be installed via the Verizon App Manager.

But fortunately, there’s a potential workaround that might help you fix this annoying glitch. disabling Verizon App Manager addresses the issue for some.

Workaround: To do this, go into Settings > Apps > Verizon App Manager > Disable.

Rest assured, we will keep an eye out on the latest development and inform you as and when we come across anything noteworthy.

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated apps section, so be sure to follow them as well.

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Aashish Singh
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I developed a keen interest in technology ever since my school days. And writing about it keeps me closer to this fascinating world. When I’m not working you can catch me playing video games.

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