The most recent version of Seo, a popular online martial arts and fitness app, has had its Android version removed from Google Play in the United States.
That means that people in the U.S. and Canada who have Seo on their phones won’t be able to access the app in those countries.
The move was announced in a blog post on Wednesday, which said that the change had been made because “we’ve learned that a lot of our app users in the US and Canada may not be able access the full functionality of Seos Android app, and we’d like to take this opportunity to remind them.”
The move comes after a series of incidents involving Seo users in Europe, where some users have reported problems accessing the app on their iPhones.
That includes reports that a number of European users were unable to download the app or sign in with a Google account.
This is the second time in a week that the app has been pulled from GooglePlay.
On Tuesday, Google removed Seo from the Play Store for all Android devices.
Google also announced that it would be temporarily halting Android updates for all existing Android devices and users, until it is “reviewing our policies and practices” for this situation.
In the blog post, Google explained that it was considering the situation, and noted that the company has “learned a lot about Android in recent months” and is “looking at all the options.”
“This is an unfortunate situation that we’re dealing with,” the company wrote.
“We’re not sure what to do with this.
We’ll take the best advice and try to do what’s right for our users.”