India’s digital strike, 59 apps banned, including TikTok-PUBG

Taking a big decision against China, the Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps. It also includes the famous apps TikTok and PubG. The Ministry of Information Technology has banned these 59 Chinese mobile apps under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.

The Ministry has issued a notice stating that according to the information these 59 Chinese apps were engaged in activities which are a threat to India’s sovereignty and integrity, defense of India, security of the state and public order. In such a situation, the government has decided to ban these apps.

In the recent violent clash between India and China, 20 soldiers of the Indian Army were killed, after which there is a lot of anger against China in the country. People are constantly demanding a boycott of Chinese goods.

List of ban apps:

1. TikTok

2. Shareit

3. Kwai

4. UC Browser

5. Baidu map 

6. Shein 

7. Clash of Kings 

8. DU battery saver 

9. Helo 

10. Likee

11. YouCam makeup 

12. Mi Community 

13. CM Browser 

14. Virus Cleaner 

15. APUS Browser 

16. ROMWE 

17. Club Factory 

18. Newsdog 

19. Beauty Plus 

20. WeChat 

21. UC News 

22. QQ Mail 

23. Weibo 

24. Xender 

25. QQ Music 

26. QQ News Feed 

27. Bigo Live 

28. SelfieCity 

29. Mail Master 

30. Parallel Space 

31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi 

32. WeSync 

33. ES File Explorer 

34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc 

35. Meitu 

36. Vigo Video 

37. New Video Status 

38. DU Recorder 

39. Vault- Hide 

40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio 

41. DU Cleaner 

42. DU Browser 

43. Hago Play With New Friends 

44. Cam Scanner 

45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile 

46. Wonder Camera 

47. Photo Wonder 

48. QQ Player 

49. We Meet 

50. Sweet Selfie 

51. Baidu Translate 

52. Vmate 

53. QQ International 

54. QQ Security Center 

55. QQ Launcher 

56. U Video 

57. V fly Status Video 

58. Mobile Legends 

59. DU Privacy

Significantly, in India, native apps are getting boosted compared to Chinese apps. New apps like Spark have come to replace apps like Chinese TikTok. The Friends (Mitron) app, created to beat the Chinese short video app TikTok, has created a new record in just two months of its launch. 

At present, the Friends app has been downloaded from the Google Play Store by one crore people on their mobile phones. These apps have become very popular among people after the appeal of boycott of Chinese goods.

However, in the initial months of the app, it was alleged that its source code was purchased from a Pakistani developer company. While talking to our associate website, the app co-founders Shivank Aggarwal and Aneesh Khandelwal termed these things as baseless. Both said that they are working on Vocal for Local on the call of the Prime Minister.

Currently, this app has been developed according to the demand of the people. Along with this, we are also following local law. This app currently has a 4.5 out of 5 rating on the Play Store.

There was a lot of controversy about this app, given that the Google Play Store had removed the Friends app from its platform. However, after changing the privacy, Google had put it back on the Play Store. However, now another native app is also becoming quite popular among the people.

The curiosity about Friends app among the people can be gauged from the fact that in just 15 days this app has crossed the figure of more than 1 million downloads.

Talking about the specialty of this app, it is a video sharing platform where users can download and upload videos. Apart from this, browsing can also be done through chat with friends, content sharing and feed. This app has been made keeping in mind the needs and demands of Indian users.

The indigenous app Chingari has been created by IT developers Biswatma Nayak and Siddharth Gautam of Chhattisgarh. He said that the developers of Odisha and Karnataka have also supported him in this. He has claimed that this app is not inferior to TikTok in any way and in terms of security, this app looks strong in front of TikTok.

Apart from this, the app is currently available in 9 other languages ​​besides Hindi (Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu).

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