0:201:34So go to your safari. Go to the site parlor.com press go and then as you can see if i press the appMoreSo go to your safari. Go to the site parlor.com press go and then as you can see if i press the app store it's going to come up.
The Parler Android app is once again available for users to download on their devices, albeit not officially through the Google Play Store. Android users can once again download the Parler app on their devices, albeit not officially through the Google Play Store.
First, from the Parler website, at the left pane, select show more, then choose Feedback.
There is the option to “Get Verified” that provides Parler Citizen status. This step requires you to use your webcam to take a photo of an ID card's front and back, say your driver's license. Then, you submit a selfie taken with your webcam.
First, go to the Parler website, and click Log In to access the form. At the Log In form, choose Account Recovery at the bottom.
So, you gave Parler a shot, but it just isn't your cup of tea.First, from the Parler website, at the left pane, select show more, then choose Feedback.
Method 1: Through the Sign In Form
0:173:17As you can see it says download parallel for android installing the parallel application on androidMoreAs you can see it says download parallel for android installing the parallel application on android devices outside the google play store.
Apple said it had allowed the app to come back after engaging in “substantial conversations” with the app developers and Parler proposed updates to its app and content moderation practices, which Rep. Ken Buck (R-Colo.) said was a “huge win for free speech.”
For those of you facing loading issues with the iOS app, Parler suggests you to uninstall the app and then re-install it again.
Parler (/ˈpɑːrlər/) is an American alt-tech microblogging and social networking service associated with Donald Trump supporters, conservatives, conspiracy theorists, and far-right extremists. Posts on the service often contain far-right content, antisemitism, and conspiracy theories such as QAnon.
Mike Lee, R-Utah, and Rep. Ken Buck, R-Colo., the app had been reinstated after Parler pledged to make significant changes to how it moderates content. Parler is available on Android but not distributed by Google Play. The Android app is also available on Parler's website.