The founder of Telegram criticized Apple for the two-week delay in updating the application

Telegram’s upcoming update has been stuck in Apple’s app review process for two weeks “without explanation,” announced the director and founder of Telegram, Pavel Durov who said that the update will be revolutionary in terms of “the way people express themselves in messages”.

Durov complained about this inexplicable delay, criticizing the app store’s business model. He says Telegram is discouraged by the “obscure” app review process “imposed on all mobile apps by tech monopolies.” “If Telegram, one of the 10 most popular apps in the world, gets this treatment, one can only imagine the difficulties smaller app developers have,” says Durov.

This isn’t the first time Durov has called out Apple for its app review process. Durov said in 2018 that Apple blocked updates to the Telegram app for iOS after Russia banned Telegram. A day after Durov announced that there was a problem, Apple approved the update.

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