While reports of users unable to download apps from the App Store in the wild are few, the common thread seems to be that the problem is contained to users of macOS Mojave 10.14.
This week we're taking a look at how the civil unrest and George Floyd protests played out across the app stores. The events led some apps to surge, and even break records.
The iPhone and iPad App Store is re-releasing updates for a lot of iOS apps, with many users seeing 50 or more app updates scheduled over the weekend.
Protesters just made a police scanner the most popular paid iOS app in the country.
The developer of Remove China Apps -- Jaipur based OneTouchAppLabs -- took to Twitter to announce that the app has been suspended from Play store. The firm didn't confirm why the app has been removed.