Islamic State militants can now share their radio broadcasts all over the world through an Android app, dark-web news site Vocativ reports.
The app cannot be downloaded using the Google store like normal apps, and can only be accessed through APK files (a file format used for installing software on Android operating system), that the group’s followers are spreading online.
According to deep web analysts at Vocativ, who discovered the app, the files are distributed on Islamic State-linked social media and forums to allow those who download the app to listen to the group’s al-Bayan radio broadcast.
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