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Designed by China's ministry of public security, the "national anti-fraud center" became the second most downloaded iOS app globally in September
- Business Insider
Apple told the BBC that Chinese officials had complained that the Quran and Bible apps broke laws on hosting illegal religious texts.
The popular Islamic app was removed in the country, after an official request.
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Apple has removed Quran Majeed, a popular app for reading the Islamic religious text and other prayer-related information, in China, in compliance with Chinese government requests, according to a report by BBC. One of the most popular religious apps in China, Quran Majeed is available globally and has approximately 35 million users. The Quran Majeed app remains available in other countries on the App Store, and on Google Play -- although Google Play is technically also not available in China (people can access it via a VPN, however).
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