Trump was banned from accessing Twitter, Facebook and YouTube after his supporters invaded the Capitol, and accusations that he incited unrest and violence.
“Truth Social”, Donald Trump’s social network, has been available on Apple’s online store since Monday, which is the former Republican president’s new media channel after he was banned from other platforms last year, reports Reuters.
The app became available for download shortly after midnight US time and was automatically installed on Apple devices of pre-registered users.
The interface of the application, which appears on mobile devices under the name MAGA Hub, is a copy of Instagram, so it can share “stories” and classic posts.
New users receive anti-mask announcements when they enter the app, which appears on the phone as MAGA Hub after Trump’s slogan “Make America Great Again”, those about the current president Joe Biden as ” communist pedophile “or those who celebrate Brazilian leader Jair Bolsonaro, reports Hina.
“They wanted to bury us, but they didn’t know we were the seed,” wrote one user of the new social network, which also has non-political posts. For now, the official profile of the former president himself cannot be found on it.
The Trump company, which manages the application, is led by former Republican MP Devin Nunes, which is also the last company to position itself as an advocate of freedom of speech and wants to attract users who think their voice is blocked on existing social networks.
The company plans to go public on the New York Stock Exchange and has already raised more than a billion dollars from private investors.
Behind the platform is the Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG).