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Try it for yourself, head to the App Store, and search for any 32-bit app or game. You can no longer directly search for the TouchArcade app , Ridiculous FIshing [ ], Dungeon Raid [ ], Super Crate Box [ ] and many, many other games and apps. They’re still available for download via the direct URL, which makes searching more useful than searching the App Store right now.
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