After more than a month offline, the social media platform Parler relaunched on a new platform, the company announced on Monday.
Parler, which has more than 20 million users and was first launched in August 2018, is currently back online for current users and will be available for new users starting next week, the company said.
“Parler’s new platform is built on robust, sustainable, independent technology,” a news release said.
Last month, Amazon Web Services decided to suspend the upstart social media platform for failure to moderate “egregious content” related to the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. The move took the site offline, until Parler could find another hosting service.
Apple and Google previously suspended Parler from its app stores, as liberals and many media pundits championed the move to de-platform the social media app.