Apple has reportedly pulled thousands of illegal apps from its App Store in China, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

The iPhone-maker removed around 25,000 apps from the platform, according to the Journal, which cited state broadcaster CCTV. Those apps would amount to about 1.4 percent of the total number in the App Store in China, the Journal added.

In its weekend report, CCTV said Apple carried out the large-scale removal of illegal apps that sold fake lottery tickets and offered gambling services.

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