Google removed an app called The OG App from the Play Market, an alternative client of the Instagram platform, with no promotions, no recommendations, a short Rells section, and other features that may appear to be over-appreciative to the "classical" version of the platform.
The Un1feed programmers Ansch Nanda, integration with NFT and, of course, an annoying ad. The alternative application is based on official API Instagram* tools and allows users to tailor the interface and functions to suit their needs.
However, according to TechCrunch, some of the applications were implemented by bypasses, and a number of users who accessed their OG App profile began to receive reports from Instagram* of suspicious entry into their accounts.
It appears that Apple failed to convince Apple, who deleted the app for breaking the App Store rules; the owner of the Instagram* Meta* was unhappy; she claimed that an alternative client without advertising violated its policy. Soon Apple followed the example of Google, which removed The OG App from Play Market.
* Listed on the list of voluntary associations and religious organizations in respect of which the court has taken a legally enforceable decision to abolish or prohibit activities on the grounds provided for in Federal Act No. 114-FZ of 25 July 2002 on countering extremist activities.