Apple removed an app from its store that offered dating services for the unvaccinated after media outlet Bloomberg News snitched on the company.
After top dating apps such as Tinder and Bumble partnered with the White House to take the COVID-19 jab, a new app called Unjected was launched to cater for the vaccine hesitant.
Launched by two women in Hawaii, the service sought to appeal to “like-minded people that support medical autonomy and free speech.”
Despite going strong for several months, the app was kicked off the Apple store after Bloomberg grassed up the company by contacting Apple and publishing a hit piece.
“Apple removed the app from its App Store after being contacted by Bloomberg News,” reported the outlet. “In an email to Unjected, Apple said the app “inappropriately refers to the Covid-19 pandemic in its concept or theme.”
The app also appears to be hanging by a thread on the Google Play store, where it is “under review” for describing COVID vaccines as “experimental mRNA gene modifiers,” “bioweapons” and “nano-technology microchips.”
The company subsequently posted a video to Instagram stating, “Apparently, we’re considered ‘too much’ for sharing our medical autonomy and freedom of choice… So, of course, Apple removed us.”
However, that video is now gone and the company’s Instagram account cannot be found and has presumably also been deleted.