Apple has banned the dating and friendship app for unvaccinated people from its app store, but its so-called “Anti-Vaccine Tinder” is still available on Android devices.
Unjected – which is considered a “safe space for unvaccinated people to be found unsupervised through work, friendship or love” – has been banned from Apple’s App Store after Bloomberg asked the company.
Apple said Unjected improperly referred to the COVID-19 pandemic in its comment or topic, according to the company’s emails to Unjected that were shared with The Post.
but not rejected. It is still available on the Google Play Store, where it makes unfounded claims about COVID-19 vaccines, claiming that vaccines are “dangerous ear protein for seeds.”
The app was launched by two Hawaiian women in May, shortly after apps like Tinder and Bumble. Provide incentives for users to get vaccinated.
The app includes features such as discussion forums, correspondence, and a friendly business directory for unvaccinated people, though the company has removed a misinformation-filled “social feed” at the request of Google, co-founder Shelby Thompson of 27 years. old photographer. and his mother in Maui, Hawaii, told the Post.
On Saturday, Unjected also managed an anti-purge Instagram account with about 25,000 followers, but the account was banned on Monday at noon. He said Thompson now manages another account with fewer subscribers.
In July, President Joe Biden criticized social media platforms like Instagram, which owns Instagram, for not doing enough to combat lies about coronavirus vaccines.
“They kill people,” Biden said on Facebook, but later commented.
Thompson, who founded the app with Heather Pyle, a 37-year-old spa manager and mother, said he believed Apple, Google and Facebook had “unfairly” censored him.
“We have been mislabeled as an anti-extremist community, which we have not done,” Thompson said. “We are not just compulsory vaccines. It should only be a choice. ”
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.