Qihoo’s iOS Apps Reportedly Removed For Violating Apple’s Rules

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According to multiple sources cited in a Tencent QQ Tech report (link via Google Translate, h/t Tech In Asia), Apple removed all of Qihoo’s apps from its App store last week for violating its terms of service. Qihoo said last week that it did not know the reason for the removals, which took place on January 26. In fact, the QQ Tech article claims that the apps were taken down manually, and there’s no timeline for their return–a situation so serious that Qihoo’s chief fina...

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