Apple reportedly bans 700+ apps from the App Store in China

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Apple reportedly bans 700+ apps from the App Store in China

Apple continues its crackdown on bogus iOS software in China as it removed 718 apps from the App Store earlier this week. Local reports suggest that the company removed these apps for issuing updates without Apple’s permission. The roster of banned apps included some big names: Sogou search engine, Sougou maps, car sharing app Togo Car, and e-commerce site Pinduodo

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