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apps" was in place to prevent search returns for adult content, and Karp.
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If you’re logged in to Tumblr and do not have "Safe Mode" turned on, NSFW blogs should show up on search and tag pages.
The bigger change, however, comes with Tumblr’s mobile app. Earlier this year.
First, apparently there was a bug that prevented NSFW content from appearing in Tumblr search results even if a user had disabled "Safe Mode." Karp says this bug has been fixed. "Different app.
PiunikaWeb noted that users couldn’t search in the app with Safe Mode turned off. It’s not certain that this is the problem. If so, it suggests this is isn’t due to an Apple concern. It typically.
Tumblr is ready to help out beyond its existing filtering options, though. It’s introducing a safe mode to its mobile and web apps that hides sensitive material.
those with sexually graphic.
The new policy’s announcement comes just days after Tumblr was removed from Apple’s iOS App Store over a child pornography.
tried to shield it from public view through Safe Mode and more stringent.
Tumblr finally addressed the issue this afternoon following user outcry.
As some of you have pointed out, disabling Safe.
search results by also explaining that on certain mobile platforms, search.
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in search, and make it extremely difficult for users to find NSFW content in-app without.
Now, we’re starting to get answers. Last week, Tumblr users began reporting issues with the search feature of the app while ‘Safe Mode’ was off. To fix the issue, some deleted the app and then tried.