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Donald Trump's app still doesn't "have permission" from Google to enter its store

Truth Social has had a rocky start for a variety of reasons. One of the situations that has most impacted Donald Trump’s social network, but also the impossibility of being in one of the official smartphone stores: the PlayStore.

Google refuses to distribute the app, saying the network still needs to resolve the fact that it harbors violent threats and content that goes against Google standards.

“Having effective systems for moderating user-generated content is a condition of our terms of service for any app,” a Google spokesperson told

Trump Media and Technology Group, the company that operates the app, notes that the social network has a vibrant, family-friendly community, which “has continuously worked in good faith with Google to ensure that the app complies with Google’s policies without compromising our promise to be a free speech freedom haven,” he said in a statement.

However, the app is only available to iPhone users in the United States.

It should be remembered that Donald Trump was banned from Twitter and suspended from Facebook and Instagram after the Capitol uprising on January 6, 2021. While the app is careful to remove potentially offensive content, such as sexual images, it has harbored violent speech, such as calls for civil war to defend Trump’s honor.

Within the violations of the policies that Truth Social has, Google considers that one of the biggest is the lack of moderation.

A company spokesperson informed Truth Social of “several violations of standard policies in submitting their current app,” reiterating that having effective systems in place to moderate user-generated content is a condition of their terms of service for any application is activated on Google Play.

Although Apple has similar policies,

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