4/15/2013 6:41:58 AM
Save AppGratis
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Save AppGratis

Richard Harris Richard Harris in Mobile Tech Monday, April 15, 2013

In a somewhat controversial move by Apple, last week they removed the now infamous AppGratis app from the app store without much warning and much to the surprise of the CEO Simon Dawlat.

There has been little or no communication between AppGratis and Apple with regards to getting the app back online, and what they need to do to become compliant with any rules or restrictions broken.

Meanwhile AppGratis has developed a small fan webpage where you can take part in shouting out to Apple that you want to see AppGratis continue on. All you need to do is send an email of support to save@appgrat.is

Read more: http://save.appgratis.com

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