Truth Social executive wants to make sure the platform is accessible for all their users across the board.
This comes after, Truth Social chief executive officer Devin Nunes said, the social media app will launch on a web browser at the end of May.
In a post on the platform, Nunes also said Truth Social has not yet been approved for launch in the Google Play Store for Android devices.
“End of May we will launch PWA (Web Browser) this will allow access from any device. After that we will launch an Android App… pending approval from Google,” Nunes wrote. Truth Social is currently available on App Store.
The company is owned by Trump Media & Technology Group (TMTG), launched with the mission of standing up to Big Tech, after Trump was kicked off Twitter, Facebook and YouTube for allegedly inciting or glorifying violence during the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riots.
According to Reuters, the social media venture is limited by its reliance on Alphabet-owned Google and Apple, which operate app stores that dominate the smartphone market.