By now you’ve probably heard about Vox Mobile, a subscription service that lets you buy Vox apps and get paid for them.
Vox Mobile was created in conjunction with Google to allow people to access its entire catalog of premium mobile apps from the comfort of their homes.
However, in 2017, Vox launched a series of ads on its mobile apps, and now the company is looking to remove the ads.
Vox has launched a petition calling for a ban on the ads, and the company has also launched a campaign to promote its mobile app.
Vox’s CEO Ben Rosenblatt addressed the controversy on Twitter:”While we appreciate the fact that our ads are a source of revenue for our users, we are not a paid service.
We have no revenue streams to pay for these ads.”
As the petition continues to spread, Vox Mobile has decided to take the ad removal campaign a step further, and it is also encouraging its users to report the ads to the app’s developer.
The petition currently has nearly 1,500 signatures, and has also been shared on Reddit.
Vox also announced a new series of ad-free apps that will be released later this month.
Vox now has a list of apps that you can use to download, install, and test.
In addition to the apps on the list, there is also a list for apps that can be installed on an Android phone or tablet.
Vox will also be rolling out apps that are available for purchase via its website, so you can get an idea of what the apps are like.
As you might expect, many users are upset that the ads were in the app.
Many users also have complaints about the ads themselves.
Vox says that they were not paid for these apps, which has angered some users who have pointed out that they do have revenue streams.
However they also say that they are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
Vox told Business Insider that they take all reports of the ads seriously and have worked to remove them from the app, and that they’re working to fix the ads that are causing the issue.
Vox claims that they’ve been in contact with the app developers, and said that they hope to fix them before the end of the year.
Vox is also working to remove ads from Google Play and Apple App Store, which are two of the apps that they rely on to make money from their premium mobile app catalog.
Vox said that it has also reached out to developers and has asked them to remove any ads that they may be using in the future.
The ads are an unfortunate but not unexpected outcome of the current ad situation.
Ads on Google Play have been a source for some controversy in the past, and Google Play recently took down ads for Google Play Store, saying that they violated their terms of service.
The fact that Google was not aware of the issue until recently suggests that they weren’t even aware of ads that were being sold on their own app.