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Soroush and Bale are the first local messenger apps that have been removed from the App Store.
Soroush and Bale are the first local messenger apps that have been removed from the App Store.
Monday, April 09, 2018

Apple Removes 2 Iranian Messengers From App Store

Monday, April 09, 2018

Apple Removes 2 Iranian Messengers From App Store

Apple has removed two messenger apps developed by Iranian programmers from the company's iOS App Store. Soroush and Bale are the out-of-luck apps targeted by Apple this time around.
Apple has been marking some Iranian apps for over a year now, removing applications at random and sometimes adding them back. 
Soroush and Bale are the first local messenger apps that have been removed from the store. 

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