A popular app created by Amish Wall calendar users, which lets you create a fruit calendar that looks like the real thing, was recently removed from the App Store.
The app, which was called Fruit Wall Calendar, has been removed from Google Play.
The removal came after users reported the app being slow, had no settings, and no user experience whatsoever.
The company said that the app would be available on the App store in the near future.
The developer, Sam Hargrove, told Mashable that the company received an email from Google on Friday informing them that it had removed the app.
Hargraves’ Facebook post went viral, with many users calling out the app’s flaws and requesting a refund.
The email read: Please do not give us any reason as to why you would want to delete this app, or any other app, that we have in our store.
We do not have a refund policy, and you can’t ask us to do so.
If you want to help us fix this, please consider giving us your email address and tell us that you are willing to send a link to this email.
H.B.A.L. said that it did not know of any other Amish wall calendar apps that were being taken down.
HABL had not yet received a response from Google, but the company’s official Twitter account tweeted that they would “receive an answer to this ASAP.”
It is unclear if the company had received a refund from Google or the developers.
The Amish are a secretive community that lives in what is often called the “savage world.”
The group lives in a strict monastic lifestyle, according to Wikipedia.
While the Amish may be the only community of people to have a monastic way of life, there is no official organization or official calendar app for them.
The Wall Calendar was the only app created specifically for them by the app developer, Hargrahve, according the developer.
While some have expressed frustration over the app, many others have praised it as a great app for Amish members.