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Coronavirus: Apple removed an application that promoted clandestine parties during the pandemic


#Vybe #Together is no longer available on the #Apple #Store

#Apple removed an iOS app called #Vybe #Together that promoted private parties during the COVID-19 pandemic. #His #TikTok account was also deleted.

#Vybe #Together promoted itself, both on its website and on social media, as a place to organize and attend clandestine parties, using the slogan “Bring out your rebellion. #Light your party. “

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The app asked users to submit a profile before signing up for the service. The application process involved submitting the applicant’s #Instagram profile.

The application allowed to create only private events. #Users could request invitations to the events created but to attend they had to be approved by the hosts.

#Once on the guest list, users received location details two hours before of the event start time.

Vybe Together put users who organized parties in contact with those interested in attending those events
#Vybe #Together put users who organized parties in contact with those interested in attending those events

The #Vybe #Together FAQ page, now removed, he realized the risk of the pandemic, but it clarified that the application had been designed to facilitate “small meetings” and not “big parties”.

#It should be noted that in small meetings COVID-19 can also spread, hence it is also important in those meetings #Respect the recommended safety measures such as ventilation, use a chinstrap and keep a minimum distance of between 1.5 and 2 meters.

The app promoted the possibility of doing “meetings every weekend“, #And also promoted the” #Vybe #House “for the musical event 2021 #Zamna #Festival in #Tulum, #Mexico, as mentioned in an article by The #Verge.

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To attend the event you had to be approved by the host
#To attend the event you had to be approved by the host

#Photos are shown at that event for a place called #Casa #Remy #Villa. The #Verge contacted the site manager who said he did not know if the tenants of the site were linked to the app. #And he clarified: “#But they know that parties of any kind are not allowed, since the authorities prohibit them during the pandemic, with the risk of the property being closed and a huge fine imposed”. #He also clarified that the #Zamna festival has been postponed to #April, which will not take place on the #January dates listed on the site.

The #Vybe #Together app had just 25 ratings before it was removed, and its #Instagram page, which is still live, #It has 810 followers, while that of #Tik #Tok, which has already been deleted, had 139 followers.

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