Google has removed the "On Votar 1-Oct" Catalan referendum app tweeted out by Catalan First Minister Carles Puigdemont to his followers on September 23 after being ordered to do so by the High Court in Catalonia.

The app, [available on Google Play][1] until just before 7 p.m. on Friday, helps people to find their polling station via their address and shows the closest polling stations on Google Maps via GPS, the name of the town or keywords.

It also allows users to share links to polling station locations.

Google told The Spain Report that: "we remove content from our platforms when we receive a court order or when it violates our terms and conditions".

The app no longer appears to be available from Spain.

The court order told Google Inc—at 1600 Amphitheatre Parkway Mount...

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