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Parler isn't accessible on iOS. you will need sighted help when you get to the captcha and the only buttons in the app that are accessible is the compose button
sent from the iPhone 11 Pro
On Jan 10, 2021, at 2:14 AM, Bill Tessore <billtessore@...> wrote:
Actually, only the Parler app has been removed from the Apple App Store. being an independent company, Apple has no power to eliminate the Parler platform. One can still go to Parler.com and login there. As for signup accessibility, I’ve not tried that yet as I’ve been studying its About page and Policies statement. So I’ll hav to look into it. If it is an issue, then I’ll try pointing it out for resolution. It’s my impression the owner and company still value ALL their users enough to meet everyone’s needs they can.
On Jan 9, 2021, at 10:46 PM, Andy <wq6r@...> wrote:
What is interesting is that before that happened
Parler was the number 1 download in the app store.
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Sent: Saturday, January 09, 2021 9:53
Subject: Re: Parler
As of Saturday, Apple suspended Parler (correct spelling)
because it embraces threats of violence and illegality. If those are things
you admire, you’ll need to look elsewhere.
I was ready to
download Parlar until i saw a review on the app store that said that it is
inaccessible for blind users because in order to join you need to solve an
Sent: Saturday, January
09, 2021 9:26 PM
All I know is it’s a social
media site inspired by the increasingly blatant sensorial actions of Big
Tech against users with opinions that contrast with the alt-left views of
those companies’ positions, particularly with regard to political matters.
Others are Parler.com and Gab.com. Also there’s a search engine that does
NOT artificially search results based on how closely sites/companies adhere
to, or how sharply others diverge from similarly far left ideals, like
Google. com does. Shalom.
I’ve never even heard of this app before I was asked to
join it. What do you know about it? Any users? Opinions?