It was likely blocked for the same reason mentioning Signal was blocked on some platforms- the idea that it has "sexual and other content".
Basically the idea that with a platform you can't control, people might say things you don't want them to say.
Do you know the PGP song?
"So go say what you want to,
Of love or war or hate,
Kinky sex, or dirty words,
Or overthrow the state.
Nobody can stop you.
Speech is really free
When everybody's PC got the PGP. "
Outlook/hotmail.com have been a bit out there on Mars, measured by more earthly e-mail standards. We just landed a PR that will bring users from these martian servers into Delta Chat orbit, to be released soon (tm). Congrats with all the landings today! :) https://github.com/deltachat/deltachat-core-rust/pull/2250
Today it was raining again at @fdroidorg – 47 updated & 12 new apps. Highlights from the latter:
* InstaLate: an online dictionary seemlessly integrating with your workflow
* KeepOn: QuickSettings tile to keep your screen on for a defined period
* Krita: a professional painting app for tablets
* Rview: a Gerrit client
* Tsacdop: Podcast client
* Wrotto: Journaling/Diary
To be clear, we welcome these other efforts and startups. They all contribute to a lively e-mail ecosystem. It didn't all end with GMail :) There is a wild variety and diversity around e-mail. But please press for interoperability to avoid lock-in schemes and sustain competition!
Each of @email@example.com @ProtonMail@twitter.com @TutanotaTeam@twitter.com @SpikeNowHQ@twitter.com come with their own apps *and* servers. By contrast, Delta Chat apps use the e-mail server of *your* choice and have provider-independent e2e-encryption through https://autocrypt.org - implemented also by other e-mail apps.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!