Tapatalk has been an incredibly popular Android app in past years, providing an easy way to access thousands of web forums through a single app, in an era when many websites had limited mobile phone layouts. The app still maintains a loyal (albeit smaller one) to this day, although the Android version has now been removed by the Google Play Store.
Tapatalk appeared to have disappeared from the Play Store earlier this week, as app users began to notice its absence on Thursday. While the app still works for anyone who downloaded it, VIP subscriptions are not available right now, as they rely on Google Play for in-app billing.
VIP subscriptions are not currently available (source: Amitalart)
Tapatalk’s social media channels have been silent, such as An account on Twitter Not sent since April, the company Facebook page He has been inactive for more than a year. However, he is moderator on the Tapatalk private forums Not confirmed Google removed the app. The official wrote: “We are working with Google Play to find out what the problem is, please stay tuned for updates.”
The exact reason why the app was removed isn’t clear at this time, but Google has removed it a lot Recently for totally stupid reasons. The podcast addict was removed briefly in May Because it can be used to play podcasts about COVID-19, The slide has been pulled for Reddit Because one screen shot has the word “ISIS,” and Tasker has been unavailable for a short time Due to a bug in Google’s automatic review process.
Meanwhile, you can still Download Tapatalk to APKMirror.
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