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The app, Rela, set up in 2012, has around 5 million registered users, a cached version of its entry on Apple's i Tunes site shows.
In the past, the government has blocked sites it deems could challenge Communist Party rule or threaten stability, including Western sites such as Facebook and Google's main search engine and Gmail service.
It is not illegal to be gay in China, although the country regarded homosexuality as a mental disorder until 2001.
"Rela has always been with you and please await its return!
" it added, but gave no details of why it was suspending service.