Truth Social: Trump app gets 170,000 downloads on day one, users waitlisted despite demand
Donald Trump’s new social media venture has just been revealed as he signed up for the new app called Truth Social. The app launched late on the App Store last Sunday and has been trending ever since, with 170,000 downloads on its first day of launch. The app gained users very quickly and on Monday morning, only a day after its launch, Truth Social became the best free app available on the Apple App Store.
Shortly after its launch, Truth Social started showing an error message to users who tried to register on the app. “Due to massive demand, we have placed you on our waiting list,” read the pop-up error. Truth Social is a company of Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), which was previously led by former Republican U.S. Representative Devin Nunes.
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“This week we’re going to start rolling out to the Apple App Store. It’s going to be awesome, because we’re going to have so many more people going to be on the platform,” Nunes told a Fox reporter. News shortly. before launching the application. Statistically, Truth Social has been reported to do quite well after its release, especially when compared to other immediate competitors of Twitter and Facebook which include social media apps called Gettr and Parler.
Trump was able to make a comeback to his virtual social life after launching Truth Social. Nunes also told Fox News reporters that the Truth Social network should be fully operational in at least the United States by the end of this year. He also urged people to join the platform, share photos, participate in conversations and other activities to help the app grow.