The new platforms Parler, MeWe, and Newsmax that are favored by conservatives currently claim the top three spots on Apple's App Store.
As conservatives reel from Trump's defeat, well-followed users on Twitter have appealed for readers to sign up to Parler—and it appears some users are listening, as app downloads spike.
In short, no, Apple isn't spying on you, but the company is giving you more transparency in knowing which apps are accessing your camera and microphone.
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Parler, which is being pitched as a non biased and free speech-focused rival to mainstream social media platforms, has enjoyed a fresh wave of attention this week.
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Apple announced new iMessage features at the WWDC20 event on Monday.
Cybersecurity experts were able to access up to 900 million user records linked to the software that were allegedly being stored in a database without adequate password protection.
Data compiled by analytics company SensorTower this week suggested the mobile app shot to the top of the download rankings in China on January 21 and has attracted a wave of reviews in recent days.
"We have verified with the Hong Kong Cybersecurity and Technology Crime Bureau that the app has been used to target and ambush police," Apple said in a statement.
"The game launch timing may be mistakenly shown in-game for some players. This should correctly be around 1 am PT (8 a.m. UTC). Thank you for your patience," the game's Twitter account said.
"Harry Potter: Wizards Unite" is finally available for download on iOS and Android. Here's how to get started.
Players will be able to choose a character to play as, each with their own special skill.
The new Pokémon mobile game brings characters from all of the past games into one place.
Pegasus malware, typically sold to intelligence agencies, can spy on calls and texts while also recording audio and video from phones.
The classic card game is now on mobile phones, with multiple game modes to play.
Twitter added a new feature to the app Tuesday.