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Google puts Parler’s app back in the Play Store

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Google has allowed Parler back into the Google Play Store, according to a tweet from the social media platform, after it removed the app in January 2021, citing the platform’s lack of moderation on posts inciting violence in the U.S. Capitol. Apple reintroduced Parler to its App Store in May 2021, after it was temporarily removed around the same time Google did.

Parler, which advertises itself as a free speech platform, agreed to moderate posts that appear in the Play Store app, according to a Bloomberg report. The company previously told The edge that it has a similar deal that allows it to remain in the App Store – “Everything allowed on the Parler network but not in the iOS app will remain accessible through our web-based and Android versions.” (The Android version was available via side-loading at the time and therefore did not have to comply with Google Play policies.) The company also said the algorithm could detect violent content that violates the guidelines.

Parler isn’t the only social network in talks with Google to get into the Play Store — former President Donald Trump’s social network, Truth Social, has faced similar challenges. As the company behind the app, Digital World Acquisition Corp., faces rising bills, it says it has worked “in good faith with Google” to get to its app distribution platform. Meanwhile, Trump has used the platform to post messages that could conflict Truth Social with those of the Play Store User Generated Content Policy.


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