The Facebook-owned Cricket app for iPhone and Android is now banned from Instagram and Twitter.
The Cricket app has been accused of promoting racist and sexist content.
The company has been under fire for its controversial use of hashtags to promote and advertise products and services.
In a post on its blog, Cricket said it would be temporarily removing the app and removing any content promoting racism, sexist or homophobic language.
“Cricketing is a game that is played for sport, and we will not tolerate hate speech and hate crimes on our platform,” the company wrote.
“We will continue to review our policies to ensure that we are making it harder for people to engage with the game, and to keep our community safe and respectful.
Cricket’s ban does not mean that we will stop playing cricket, but we will be working to improve our approach to tackling these kinds of issues.”
The Cricket team has not commented on the Twitter and Instagram ban.
Cricket tweeted an apology to the affected users.
“Unfortunately, we have decided to take the immediate steps to remove the app from Instagram, Twitter, and the Cricket app store,” the team wrote.
Cricket also said it was working with the Facebook-sponsored app Cricket Game Club to create new ways to promote cricket in India and globally.
The app, which is free for users to use, allows users to join teams, and it also has a social gaming feature.
Cricket has faced criticism for promoting and promoting products and products with racist, sexist and homophobic content in the past.
In 2016, Cricket released the cricket app Cricket World Cup 2016, which had racist and homophobic material in it.
The game, which was free to download, featured players wearing headbands with images of Muhammad Ali, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and other prominent people.
In January 2017, Cricket removed its cricket app from Google Play for violating its Terms of Service.
The new Cricket app, however, will continue in the app store.
In an Instagram post, Cricket apologized for its decision to remove Cricket from Instagram.
“It is unfortunate that we had to take this action in response to some of the racist and hateful comments made on Instagram by users and fans,” Cricket wrote.
In response to the Cricket team’s decision to take down the app, Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom tweeted: “We’re not doing anything wrong.
We’re not deleting people.
We’ve never removed content.
We welcome and encourage your feedback and feedback.”
Cricket’s Instagram and Snapchat accounts have also been taken offline.
Twitter has also deleted Cricket’s Cricket account.