RSS readers removed

Updated 2017-10-27 13:30:55 Global Times

Several online reading applications that use really simple syndication (RSS) technology have been removed from the China Apple Store because they "included content that is illegal in China," industry news website tmtpost.com reported on Thursday.

Online RSS reader said on Monday in its twitter account that it received a notice from Apple that its app was removed from the store. Other RSS technology-related apps such as Feedly and Pocket also were not available on the Chinese Apple store as of press time.

RSS is a technology that gives users the ability to subscribe to news websites and then read updates from those sites on mobile apps via RSS feeds.

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