iOS 13.5 was released for all users this week, and it’s already causing some problems. According to several reports on social networks, some users cannot open their iPhone and iPad apps as the system shows an unexpected error message. Essentially, when trying to open some apps, iOS shows the following message: This app is no longer shared
The apps are being used to tune in to police chatter, as people across the US protest against police brutality
Remove China Apps garnered almost five million downloads in India where anti-Chinese sentiment is growing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Been on the App Store over the past few days? You might have noticed a curious new free iPhone app in the number one spot called Zynn. As it turns out it’s a TikTok clone that’s going after users of the popular app in the US. So how did it just beat out the massively popular TikTok in the App Store charts? A pyramid scheme that pays people to use it and refer friends
Remove China Apps – as the name implies – tasks users to delete apps its has flagged for its Chinese connections.
Remove China Apps, an app that gained popularity in India in recent weeks and did exactly what its name suggests, has been pulled from the Play Store. The top trending app in India, which was downloaded more than 5 million times since late May and enabled users to detect and easily delete apps developed by [
If you've visited the App Store on your iPhone over the past few days, you might have noticed an app you’ve never heard of before occupying the number one spot on the charts.
The search giant says it's combating "harmful information."
Apple is highlighting ways to "make a difference in standing up to racism" in the App Store with a feature promoting "apps to engage and stay informed."
OneTouch AppLabs' viral app had a hit-or-miss reputation with detecting Chinese apps on devices, but it soon received over 5 million downloads on the Play Store in India, making it among the top trending apps in the country.
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.