Google approves Trump’s social network for his ‘store’
by Helen Coster
(Reuters) – Alphabet-owned Google has approved the distribution of former US President Donald Trump’s social network Truth in its smartphone app store, a spokesman for the tech giant said on Wednesday.
Launched in February in the US on Apple’s “App Store,” the Truth Social application was previously unavailable on the Google Play Store due to insufficient content moderation, a Google spokesman said in August.
Truth Social helped Donald Trump restore his social media presence after being suspended from Twitter and Facebook following his supporters’ deadly attack on the Capitol in Washington on January 6, 2021.
Axios first reported that Google would offer Truth Social on its app store.
(Report on Helen Coster in New York, with Paresh Dave and Bhanvi Satija; Paris office editor)
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