It's the latest move in a crackdown by the Chinese government on tech use.
The website tells Kiwis how long the queue is at their local supermarket, testing station or vaccination centre.
But the changes haven't been widely welcomed by everyone in the industry.
Not all Kiwis have new smartphones, so how can they make sure they do their civic duty?
The app has attracted derision on social media, including the nickname 'OK Q-pid'.
The company is also adding new restrictions on apps targeting children.
The app could also help young vets get to know cats better, says the developer.
The platform faces fierce competition from Facebook, Twitter and Spotify.
Apple said the App Store stopped more than US$1.5 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions in 2020.