Within Stack Exchange network Software Recommendations is what you need. Its help center notes:
This site is for questions asking for recommendations of software to accomplish a particular task, that is, “what software can I use to do …?”.
It further adds
Good software recommendation requests have two components:
A purpose — a task to ...
Per this answer from Jeff Atwood at Meta Stack Exchange:
Expletives are not acceptable behavior on meta or any other Stack Overflow site. If you can't effectively communicate what you need to say without resorting to lowest common denominator cursing, then keep it to yourself.
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I propose that that line should instead read:
Issues with Google Play (or any other app marketplace) from the point of view of a developer or publisher
This way, we get to make it clear that issues with Amazon App Store etc. (from the POV of a developer) are also off-topic.
See Are answers that just contain links elsewhere really "good answers"?
I have nothing to say that devinb's answer doesn't as far as link-only answers being bad.
As for what to do with them, see the FAQ:
Answers that do not fundamentally answer the question may be removed. This includes answers that are [..] barely more than a link to an external site
Keep the wiki excerpt short and focused on what the tag means on this site. For instance, email doesn't need to describe what electronic mail is, but rather it should explain that it is for question about email on Android devices in general and the built-in default email app in particular.
Also, don't include an instruction to "see the info link below" to ...
Here's some other posts on meta which have helped:
FAQ: "What kind of questions should I ask here?"
FAQ: "What kind of questions should I NOT ask here?"
Are questions looking for apps on topic? As in: "I need an app that does XYZ?" or "I want a widget that does ABC"
Are app recommendations still considered off-topic?
What is a tag?
Basically, a tag is an index term assigned to a piece of information. We use tags to organize the content on our site, and to make it easier to find information. You may think of "tags" as being "categories"
Use tags to find your answer before asking your question
Tags help you to filter the huge amount of information present on this site. ...
I like it :-)
Maybe you could change
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under What kind of questions should I not ask here?