Hacker News author “Puck” has created a web app that is designed to make it easier for people to access and use apps from the App Store without breaking any app store rules.
The app, which is called PocketApp, is an easy-to-use app that allows users to search for apps by name, app category, developer, and more.
Users can use the app to browse the App store by app title, developer and more, as well as browse the Store by category, device type, language, and other relevant information.
PocketApp uses a variety of filters to filter out apps that contain inappropriate content, including ones that promote child pornography, drug use, or violent content.
If the app is detected as a child pornography app, the user is notified.
If a developer or app owner is detected, the app may be removed from the app store.
If users want to browse for apps that are not approved by the AppStore, they can do so using a simple search box, as described by PocketApp’s developer on the Hacker News forums.
The PocketApp search function will be the same as what is currently in place on Google Play and Apple App Store.
It can be enabled by users by simply typing in the search term in the app’s search box.
Pocket App does not have an official launch date yet.
In the past, the developer has launched an app for Google Play, Apple App Stores, and Microsoft Store that were not officially launched by the respective app stores.