Infowars will not be allowed to go back to the App Store, the spokesman said that. He refused to say what content violates Apple's policies or Infowars when companies make decisions. According to The Washington Post, InfoWars Official, an application that allows viewers to stream the show Jones and read the news of the day, it is ranked third in the category of news App Store App on Thursday.
Quoted from Mashable, Apple's statement about not deleting application InfoWars in early August:
"We strongly support all points of view being represented on the App Store, as long as the apps are respectful to users with differing opinions, and follow our clear guidelines, ensuring the App Store is a safe marketplace for all. We continue to monitor apps for violations of our guidelines and if we find content that violates our guidelines and is harmful to users we will remove those apps from the store as we have done previously."
Removal of Infowars from the App Store was done a day after Twitter Inc. permanently banning Infowars and Alex Jones, founder of social media platforms. In July, Facebook also suspends accounts Jones for 30 days because some video content that is deemed to violate the standard Facebook communities.
"New report based on the Tweet and video posted yesterday that violates the policies of our rough behavior, in addition to violations of past accounts. "
However, this application is still available on smartphones running Google's Android software, which supports about 80 percent of the world's smartphones. Although there is already which download this application will still be able to use it, but the ban means more users will not be able to download it.