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Google, Apple and Amazon removed Parler from their App Store respectfully.




Parler is one of the American micro-blogging and social networking services just like Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, Instagram and others, launched in August 2018.

Parler defines itself as a "non-partisan public place". A free speech and unbiased alternative to mainstream social networks like Twitter and Facebook 

Paler became a popular social media platform for right-wing users after US President Donald Trump's social media accounts got suspended on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others.

Donald Trump moved to Parler as an alternative to being able to address his supporters.

Similarities between Parler and Twitter

Parler is almost like Twitter, but instead of tweets on Twitter, you get " Parlays" on Parler, instead of retweets you get "echoes", you "upvote" a post on Parler to show you like it.
You can post GIFs, Photos and memes as well as follow account and use hashtags.

Google, Apple and Amazon Removed Parler on their App Store respectfully claiming the Parler failed to remove posts that can cause violence.

The Parler CEO John Matze said "we will try our best to move to a new provider right now"

All the censorship against Donald Trump's started after post-election violence break out at Capitol Hill in America on Thursday.


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