Parler Back On Apple’s App Store After Satisfying Content Moderation Questions

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Parler, the social media app removed from iPhones and Android devices in the wake of the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, is back on Apple’s App Store.

In a statement Monday, Parler announced its app has relaunched on Apple devices, after “months of productive dialogue” with the tech giant.

A separate search of Apple’s App Store conducted by USA TODAY confirmed the Parler app is now available to download.

As part of the deal to return to the App Store, Parler’s iOS app will exclude some content normally allowed on the social media company’s platform. However, the content will remain visible through Android and web-based versions of the site.

In its statement, Parler said it “plans to continue its discussions with Apple as to the optimal way to handle this content.”

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