DONALD Trump looks set to launch his Truth Social app next month.
The former US president plans to use the app on Twitter and looks to have launched the Truth social with Presidents Day.
Apple App Store now lists the app and says it will be available on February 21st.
It’s Presidents Day in America.
This app was designed by Trump’s new media company, Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG).
It looks a lot like a Twitter clone.
Twitter was one of Trump’s favorite forms of social media before he was banned from the site.
A profile page on Truth Social looks almost like a Twitter layout.
However, they are some key differences.
A post on Truth Social is called a “truth” and the equivalent retweet is called a “re-truth”.
Truth Social’s website now directs people to pre-order the app on the App Store.
It’s unclear if the app will also come to Android or receive a desktop version on February 21.
The app is free and anyone who wants it will have to join a waiting list.
There has been speculation that Truth Social could only be invited when it first launched.
Some people already have a beta version of the app, but they have to be specially invited to try it out.
The Truth Social website states: “TRUTH Social is an American ‘Big Tent’ social media platform that encourages an open, free, and honest global conversation without discriminatory political ideology. treat.”
Trump was permanently banned from Twitter on January 6, 2021, shortly after the riots in the US Congress.
He sued Twitter to try to recover his account but he never got it back.
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https://www.the-sun.com/tech/4414905/donald-trump-truth-social-app-launch-date-presidents-day/ Donald Trump launches ‘free and honest’ Truth Social to compete with Twitter on Presidents Day