Many popular apps missing from the search App Store and Mac App Store

Users of Twitter and social news site Reddit have begun to complain about the fault of the online App Store and Mac App Store. Their search engines have stopped issuing popular applications or to give incorrect search results.
Many popular apps missing from the search App Store and Mac App Store
So, “lost” applications such as Periscope, Spotify, Tidal, Tumblr, Uber, Vine, Waze, Star Wars, YouTube, Instagram, Telegram, Skype, Facebook Messenger, Vkontakte, Odnoklassniki, MAPS.ME, Google Maps, Bookmate, MTS, MegaFon, Aviasales, OneTwoTrip and many others., including, proprietary Apple app Store.
Apparently, the problem for search engines since entering the ratings, then you can safely go to the desired application, of course, if it deserve the top-sheet. Also the apps available via direct links. Thus, it is possible not to worry that Apple has decided to massively poudalyat all popular applications.
At the time of writing the news on Apple’s web site that monitors the service performance of the company, no problems have not been reported. While the failures in the app stores of Apple complaining about users from Russia, USA, Canada, Europe, Hong Kong and other regions from Thursday, 5 may.

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