Despite being removed from the main virtual application stores and also being expelled from Amazon’s servers, the social network Parler continues to try to regain its place on the main digital platforms. In this way, the company made a new attempt to return to the App Store, which was promptly rejected by Apple.
Bloomberg tells us that Apple rejected Parler’s entry into the online store due to “highly objectionable content”. “Simple searches reveal highly objectionable content, including offensive uses of derogatory terms regarding race, religion and sexual orientation, as well as Nazi symbols,” can be read in the Apple statement.
It should be remembered that Parler is highly popular among ultraconservative and far-right movements, with this content having led to the expulsion from digital platforms after the invasion of the US Capitol on 6 January