Former US President Donald Trump’s social media platform has been barred from Google Play.
Google says the platform violates its policies on prohibiting content like physical threats and incitement to violence.
The move makes it difficult for users with Android phones to download the app.
Devin Nunes, the CEO of Truth Social, has previously called Google a “monopoly”.
Truth Social launched on Apple’s App Store in February, though the roll-out was beset by problems.
However, the app isn’t available on Google Play, where the vast majority of apps are downloaded on Android phones.
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