Donald Trump’s social media app “Truth Social” launched in Apple’s App Store, Hits No. 1 in Top Charts

Truth Social, a social media app created by former US President Donald Trump, debuted at No. 1 on the App Store’s top charts early Monday. On Sunday night, the updated software was made available for download in Apple’s App Store, although some users experienced problems registering an account.

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The app went viral and had a lot of downloads, although there were some problems with registration and generating new accounts. For unknown reasons, some users were placed on the queue called waitlist. When some Truth Social users attempted to establish an account to log into the app, they received an error notice.

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When users tried to establish an account using their birthday, e-mail address, or phone number, they received error warnings. “Something didn’t work out. Please try again”

Trump’s aspirations to return to social media after being banned from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube last year are highlighted by the app’s release. 

Truth Social, which looks similar to Twitter, is another example of an alternative social media app like Parler, Gettr, and Rumble that conservatives have flocked to because of censorship concerns. 

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