Not only that, but some users who still have the iOS app installed have found that they are now unable to turn off Tumblr's "safe mode" while browsing blogs, which means many are now unable to view content intended for users over 18 years of age. The good part is that those iOS users who really miss Tumblr these days could just switch to Android, since the app is still available via Google Play.
Last week the Tumblr app was mysteriously yanked from Apple's App Store-and now we know why. "A routine audit discovered content on our platform that had not yet been included in the industry database", the company continued. The content was immediately removed from the platform.
Tumblr is a microblogging social networking website where users post "tumblelog" or short blog posts. Apple had previously removed Telegram from the App Store since it was being used to share child pornography. As this is an industry-wide problem, we work collaboratively with our industry peers and partners like [the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children] (NCMEC) to actively monitor content uploaded to the platform.
The changelog for version 23 says you can find your device indoors with more precise location.
These common topics of conversation often reveal key information about a child, including: name, age/date of birth, school name and even their appearance. The platform was previously blocked by the Indonesian government in March of 2018 for failing to remove explicit material.
It is awesome how many parents leave on their Instagram location settings.