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Last October, Trump announced the launch of Truth Social, which debuted in February.

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In February, the app was released on Apple's App Store but According to various statistics, 40% of smartphone users in the United States are Android users.

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Due to concerns regarding content moderation, Google Play did not approve Trump's Truth Social.

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Google said in a statement that having an effective processes for moderating user-generated content is a condition of our terms of service for any app to go live on Google Play.

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"On August 19, we notified Truth Social of several violations of standard policies in their current app submission," Google said.

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"Last week, Truth Social responded, acknowledging our feedback and stating that they are working to resolve these issues," Google added.

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Truth Social's parent company, press release that it has "worked in good faith with Google to ensure  

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That the Truth Social Android App complies with Google's policies without compromising our promise to be a haven for free speech."

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