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Apple pulls Box Office from App Store

"Gordon Merz" (2019-12-09)

-text c-gray-1" >Gizmodo is reporting that Box Office, an app that gives showtimes for your area, along with movie synopses and images from and other online sources, has been pulled from the App Store.

Metasyntactic, the developer, claims they have received no communication from Apple on the subject, despite emailing Apple about the situation. They also say they communicate regularly with all their data providers, and none have issues with the app.

Late last week, NetShare was mysteriously yanked under the same cloud of secrecy. As we mentioned in last night's talkcast, it's clear that Apple has complete control over what you install on your iPhone or iPod touch.

Gizmodo speculates that something might be going on "under the surface -- an undiscovered security flaw, 토렌트 순위 maybe."

Update: Our commenters are pointing out that this could be nothing more than a name change. The app will be called Now Playing but it doesn't appear to be available in (at least the U.S.) App Store yet. Metasyntactic also hasn't commented beyond their original confusion as to why their app was pulled.

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