Truth Social, a social media program created by former President Donald Trump, appeared in Apple’s App Store on Sunday night, but “huge demand” caused problems for some users attempting to register an account.
With so much interest in it and users standing up and requesting the newest version, the app has become a hot commodity on the app store.
After installing the app and authenticating the user’s email address, one attempt to create a Truth Social account Monday morning resulted in the phone number receiving an error message repeatedly.
This occurred as a result of far more demand for the app than predicted by the social media networks’ team, who were already anticipating such high demand and how to meet it.
According to CNET, some users reported getting problem messages after entering a birthday or e-mail address to establish an account.
Users received the notification that things had gone horribly wrong. CNET wrote in the notice, “Please try again.”
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Other individuals claimed to have been placed on a waitlist after joining up. We have placed you on our waitlist due to high demand, the notification stated, according to CNET.
Trump’s comeback to social media comes after he was barred from Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube last year. During a test of the new site last week, Trump teased his eagerly awaited return to social media.
“Prepare yourselves! Your beloved president will be in touch with you soon, “Trump said in a Truth Social post, which his son Donald Trump Jr. published on Twitter. Truth Social preorderees had the app instantly downloaded on their iPhones.