Last Updated 3/6/2019
Due to policy changes within their companies, Apple and Google have chosen to not support our apps at this time. Unfortunately, that also means we cannot provide needed updates and fixes or new access to the app. We hope you will continue to use our site via your mobile browser, which we are making more responsive to phone users.
If you are interested in learning more about their specific policies, please use the link to direct you to that section below:
Our Responsive Website
To better serve our users who are increasingly using mobile devices and tablets, we are working daily to make our site responsive and mobile-friendly. Our enhanced site is designed to work effectively on mobile devices including phones and tablets. If you navigate to a page that is not mobile-friendly, please let us know so that we can update pages that our users visit most frequently.
Shortcut to Our Site
We recommend you add the GunBroker.com web site to your phone's home screen. If you require assistance in creating this shortcut, please look here for instructions on how to add a website to your phone home screen.
Information on Apple and Google Policies
Apple / Iphone / Ipad
Unfortunately, Apple has removed our app from their store. They state our app violates their guidelines. Here is what they told us:
"Apple has removed your App since it violates our guidelines. Specifically, this item:
When people install an app from the App Store, they want to feel confident it’s safe to do so— that the app doesn’t contain upsetting or offensive content, won’t damage their device, and isn’t likely to cause physical harm from its use. We’ve outlined the major pitfalls below, but if you’re looking to shock and offend people, the App Store isn’t the right place for your app.
1.1 Objectionable Content
Apps should not include content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, intended to disgust, or in exceptionally poor taste. Examples of such content include:
1.3 Depictions that encourage illegal or reckless use of weapons and dangerous objects, or facilitate the purchase of firearms."
Access to Apple's complete guidelines are available here: https://developer.apple.com/app-store/review/guidelines/
Google / Android
Unfortunately, Google has removed our app from their store. They state our app violates their guidelines. Here is what they told us:
"After review, GunBroker.com, com.gunbroker.android has been suspended and removed from Google Play due to a policy violation.
Issue: Violation of Dangerous Products policy
We don't allow apps that facilitate the sale of explosives, firearms, ammunition or certain firearms accessories. We also don’t allow apps that provide instructions for the manufacture of explosives, firearms, ammunition, restricted firearm accessories, or other weapons."