The Chinese Communist Party's indoctrination app absolutely destroys it.
Studying the Great Nation, Available in the App Store, allows users to spend hours a day learning their great leader, taking quizzes to demonstrate their devotion to the leader and parrot back their absolute favorite sites. And according to the mobile app analysis company SensorTower, it's the 9th most popular app worldwide in the App Store (not including Apple apps).
That's right, an app that New York Times has described as "a kind of high-tech equivalent of Mao's Little Red Book" allegedly forced on employees and students of their bosses and teachers more App Store downloads than Gmail in the first quarter of 2019.
The app was developed by the Publicity Department of the Communist Party of China.
An app store description of Study The Great Nation, translated through Google Translate, informs users that "learning" will get them points – that will log in daily, surf, answer questions, and share with others on the app.
And if you don't learn and get points , Times notes that you may be in for some trouble – with some employers who obviously threaten to pay wages.
So you only know a few bits of personal info.
Chinese state media claimed that in April, the app had over 100 million downloads, reports New York Times [19459019
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