Bullet Messenger (子弹短信) has been removed from the iOS App Store less than two months after the initial launch.
Earlier today, many Chinese netizens discovered that Bullet Messenger app no longer appears in the search result of iOS App Store.
Users who have previously purchased the messaging app can no longer download the app as well.
According to local media (in Chinese), the messaging app has said in response that it is undergoing a “review process” for re-launching in the app store.
Bullet Messenger also posted a statement regarding the issue, claiming the reason behind the removal was because certain images and content provided by its partner were reported for possible copyright violations.
As a result, Bullet Messenger has been temporarily removed from the App Store.