From Bloomberg's "Gay Dating App Grindr Vanishes From China App Store" posted Sunday:
Grindr, a popular gay dating app, has been removed from Apple Inc.’s App Store in China, days after Beijing said it was going to renew its campaign to police online content.
The U.S.-owned app was taken off the iOS store last week, while searches for the matchmaking platform on Android produce no results on app markets run by domestic giants like Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Huawei Technologies Co. Alphabet Inc.’s Play Store, like other Google services, is unavailable in China. Local Grindr competitors, including Blued, remain accessible across iPhones and Android devices.
My take: If Grindr vanished from the other platforms as well, then I suppose the first openly gay Fortune 500 CEO shouldn't take it personally.
Memo to Blued: Watch your back.