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Apple explains why it booted an app from the App Store, and implies its developer was lying

Last week a firestorm erupted when Apple booted from its App Store a popular app for coders called Dash, and deleted the developer's account. And now Apple is publicly explaining itself. Apple App Store spokesperson Tom Neumayr first told Jim Dalrymple at The Loop (and sent the same statement to Business Insider): "Almost 1,000 fraudulent reviews were detected across two accounts and 25 apps for this developer so we removed their apps and accounts from the App Store.
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