Dice roller, a dice roller for the mobile platform Dice, is back.
The app’s been removed from the App Store for now, but its developers said the removal wasn’t the result of pressure from the app’s parent company, Dice.
Instead, the developers said that the app was pulled from the Google Play store in response to a “serious complaint from users about an inappropriate use of Dice” by Dice, which has “adopted a zero tolerance policy towards sexual harassment and sexual assault.”
The company has since posted an update clarifying the issue, stating that it’s working with Dice to “remove Dice Roller from the Play Store” as of Tuesday.
Dice’s removal comes on the heels of a string of negative reviews about the app from people who say it is not a good experience.
In an email to Fortune, Dice’s developer, Scott McFarland, said that “we’re actively looking to rectify this situation and have decided to remove Dice Roller.”
In a post on the Dice Roller subreddit, McFar, the creator of the app, wrote that “the app has been a positive experience for a lot of users and I feel compelled to point out that we have had a few issues with users and developers over the last month.”
He added, “this is not the fault of Dice Roller.
It is an issue with the developer of the Dice app and not Dice Roller as a whole.”
McFar wrote that the company has “worked closely with Dice over the past month to address this issue.”
Dice has since announced that it is taking the app down “as we investigate further” and will provide an update when the app returns.
We’ve reached out to Dice for comment.