Many Binance users had been voicing their frustrations over the disappearance from Binance’s native app from apple’s App Store. It was previously taken down months prior as apple requested a revalidation process. Binance CEO, Changpeng Zhao commented earlier that the relisting process was probably more difficult that a new coin aiming to be listed on Binance:
Getting "listed" in the App Store was a tough process, probably harder than getting listed on @binance. Being the applicant, we worked hard and followed all the rules and procedures, never complained. And got there in the end. Enjoy the iOS app! https://t.co/qa43QqFEDp
— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) August 16, 2019
Whilst using the website via a mobile browser is not the most difficult process, it certainly is no match for a native app. The initial response from users has been very positive with the convenience and accessibility of the platform being available once again via a mobile app.
With apple giving the green light to Binance’s app being relisted on the App Store, it not only is seen as a significant win for Binance, but it illustrates apple’s acceptance of crypto platforms, as long as they fit in with their guidelines. Should there be a significant crypto bull run in the near future, Binance’s app may well be one of the most popular apps in the entire store.
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