Apple initially turned down the application to list HKmap.live on its App Store because it “allowed users to evade law enforcement”, according to the app’s developer. Photo: Nathan Tsui
Apple initially turned down the application to list HKmap.live on its App Store because it “allowed users to evade law enforcement”, according to the app’s developer. Photo: Nathan Tsui
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Apple allows Hong Kong protest map app that can track police and protester locations

  • HKmap.live crowdsources location of police and anti-government protests in Hong Kong
  • The app was the most downloaded app under the travel category for Apple’s Hong Kong App Store

Apple initially turned down the application to list HKmap.live on its App Store because it “allowed users to evade law enforcement”, according to the app’s developer. Photo: Nathan Tsui
Apple initially turned down the application to list HKmap.live on its App Store because it “allowed users to evade law enforcement”, according to the app’s developer. Photo: Nathan Tsui
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