She got up Google By removing a mobile application from the Google Play app store that tells users which pro-Israel companies should be boycotted due to the war in GazaAccording to a report by Newsweek.
The No Thanks Boycott account posted on the X platform that its mobile application called No Thanks was temporarily suspended from the Google App Store due to a line in the description talking about Israel.
“The app has been suspended from the Play Store for this sentence,” the account said in a post that included a screenshot of the tagline. “I removed it in the new update and the Play Store will review it and launch it again.”
The sentence says: “Welcome to No Thanks. Here you can find out whether the product in your hands supports the killing of children in Palestine or not. All you have to do is scan the barcode or write the serial number in the search bar.”
The ongoing war waged by Israel on Gaza sparked operation after operation Al-Aqsa flood Which began on October 7, large demonstrations in the United States, the United Kingdom, and all over the world, due to the Israeli bombing targeting thousands of Palestinian civilians, especially children.
The No Thanks app was first announced on the X website on November 7, with its developer saying: “I am a Palestinian developer and I created an app that will help everyone in the boycott movement. All you have to do is scan the barcode of the product and it will tell you, and a The application will soon be available on Android and iOS operating systems.
In another post, the application shared a video clip showing a person using the program to scan a barcode while inside a store to see if the company is actively supporting Israel. The post said, “Download the application and help us boycott products that support these massacres.”