Twitter is now facing intense scrutiny by both the Apple and Google App Stores and Musk is concerned that the micro-blogging platform could be removed from the App Store. Many want this phone to go ahead with the launch even though Apple and Google have abandoned Twitter
Elon Musk may launch alternative phone to compete with Apple and Google, newly acquired social media company removed
Twitter user Liz Wheeler suggested that if Apple and Google booted Twitter from their app stores should Musk make his own smartphone, “half the country would gladly give up biased.
Concerned about Twitter being reviewed by the Apple and Google App Store teams under him, Twitter CEO Elon Musk said on Saturday that he would produce an “alternative” smartphone to compete with Apple and Android devices.
Twitter is now facing intense scrutiny by both the Apple and Google App Stores and Musk is concerned that the micro-blogging platform could be removed from the App Store.
It all started when a user tweeted, “If Apple and Google booted Twitter from their app stores, @elonmusk should make it his smartphone.” Half the country happily complied, snooping on iPhones and Androids. Humans build a rocket to Mars, a silly little smartphone should come in handy, right?”
Musk perpetuated his impulsive changes and lack of legitimacy through tweet-length announcements about the platform’s rules.
Cases of racial slurs have risen on Twitter ever since Musk bought the influential platform, despite assurances from the platform that it has reduced hate activity.
In January last year, Apple and Google shut down social media app Parlour, which focused on free speech, following the US Capitol riot on January 6. App’s content moderation practices.
If Apple attempts the kind of strike against Twitter that it successfully launched against Parlor, I can assure you Elon Musk that millions of us will trade our Apple phones for alternative models without hesitation. Will do business of Will exchange iPhone. will switch
In addition, the Tesla CEO also complained about the 15% to 30% cut Apple and Google take from in-app purchases made in revenue from Musk’s plans for $8 a month from Twitter verification subscriptions. On November 18, Musk tweeted.