Private party app pulled from App Store by AppleEnlarge (credit: Hinterhaus Productions | Getty Images)Despite over 82 million cases and over 1.75 million deaths due to COVID-19, many people are bound and determined to carry on with normal life. For some, that includes attending Saturday night ragers, just like they did in the Before Times. Reports of yet another secret party being broken up by law enforcement have become distressingly common.
Apple removes app promoting private parties in pandemic
US platform Vybe Together advertised "gatherings every weekend" to its thousands of users.
Apple removes Vybe Together app used to arrange parties during Covid
Creators of US app claim it was designed to promote small gatherings rather than large parties
Apple Removes Vybe Together App For Flouting COVID-19 Restrictions, Promoting Parties
Apple has removed an app from its iOS App Store for flouting COVID-19 restrictions and promoting private parties during the pandemic, when people are recommended to stay indoors, even for things like work and school.
Apple and TikTok banned an app used to arrange parties during Covid
Vybe Together, an app that allowed people to arrange and attend parties that might violate Covid-19 safety protocols, has been taken down from Apple's App Store, and its TikTok account has been shut down.
Exclusive app allowed people to promote secret ‘Covid parties’
‘We are a secret party app. Gatherings every weekend’, text in a promotional video for the app read
Apple and Tik Tok ban app that promotes parties during COVID
It’s called “Vybe Together.”
Party’s over: Apple & TikTok deplatform ‘secret party’ app for promoting illegal gatherings amid Covid
A smartphone app claiming to serve as a gateway to a world of secret (and possibly illegal) parties — pandemic be damned— has been dropped by Apple’s app store and removed from TikTok for allegedly encouraging unsafe behavior.VybeTogether, a party-promoting app that sold itself as a tool to both organize and find secret parties in New York City in the era of Covid-19, has been all but wiped off the internet after a parade of scolds accused it of…
Apple removes app that promoted private parties during pandemic
Apple has taken down an iPhone app called Vybe Together that promoted private parties during the Covid-19 pandemic. However, the now-deleted FAQ page of Vybe Together had said it was designed to promote "small gatherings" rather than "big parties." The app that used the tagline "Get your rebel on. Get your party on," has also been banned on TikTok. The app`s creators told The Verge that Apple was the one to take it off the App Store.
App promoting secret 'pandemic parties' taken offline
The Vybe Together app promoted meeting up during the Covid-19 pandemic (Vybe)An app that helps organise and promote private parties during the coronavirus pandemic has been removed from Apple’s App Store.Vybe Together bills itself as a ‘private community to find, join and host parties’ and was set up during Covid-19. It urged users to ‘get your rebel on’ and meet up for gatherings despite the dangers of transmitting the virus.One video, circulat…
Apple, TikTok Ban Party App
Apple and TikTok have taken steps to remove Vybe Together, an application that helps people organize parties...