Trump adviser Jason Miller’s app Getr gets thousands of downloads after launch

After former Trump adviser Jason Miller launched his new “cancellation-free” social media app last week, it reached hundreds of thousands of new downloads, new data shows.

The stage is calledgettrow, which the company’s CEO, Miller told LBL, evolved from the idea of ​​”getting together.”

“Let’s get together. We’re talking about a sense of community,” Miller told LBL in a July 1 exclusive interview. “We think this will eventually be a global platform – not just conservatives in America”

Jason Miller, communications director for the Trump Transition Team, briefs reporters at Trump International Golf Club on November 20, 2016 in Bedminster Township, New Jersey. (Photo by Drew Anger/Getty Images)

According to data from the App Analytics website, Getr generated 756,000 global new downloads on the App Store and Google Play between July 1 and July 5. app statistics.

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The app had already reached thousands of new downloads after first appearing on the App Store and Google Play on July 1, three days before its official launch on July 4, data shows.

The app became the 11th app overall in App Store downloads on July 2, when total downloads on the App Store and Google Play reached nearly 160,000.

Gettr Download Charts Via AppFigs.com

Downloads further increased on July 3 and 4, when the app saw between 180,000 and 200,000 new downloads on the App Store and Google Play.

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Getr faces some criticism after Elon Gallo, co-founder of cybercrime intelligence firm Hudson Rock Reported On July 6, hackers were able to access the account information of 85,000 Gettr users. Information included usernames, bios, birthdays and emails that should have remained private.

Other social media sites including LinkedIn and Facebook There have been similar data leaks.

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By comparison, Parlor — another app founded on the idea of ​​censorship-free social media — saw a total of 1,500 downloads between July 1 and July 5. Parlor, which launched in August of 2018 and reached 20 million users by February of this year, faced some unrest following the January 6 Capital riot.

The App Store and Google Play suspended it from their respective stores, and Amazon Web Services suspended Parlor’s account, saying the platform violated its terms of service, which Parlor denied at the time. was.

The restrictions effectively wiped the parlor off the Internet until a new website hosting service was found in February.

Screenshots of the activity of the parlor accounts, shared on other social media platforms after the January 6 riots, show users openly discussing plans for violence at the rally before the attack on the Capitol, including bringing weapons and the Involves imagining how they would use them. against his political opponents.

Parlor’s chief policy officer Amy Peakoff told “Fox & Friends Weekend” in February that the company believed the app’s popularity on the App Store and Google Play before it was removed, citing the app’s popularity. The “misbehavior” was made in the light of recent events of the time.

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