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Chinese Apps: Find out the details of how Chinese apps are still available even after the ban by India

New Delhi: In recent years, India has banned a number of mobile applications for security reasons. He was also supported by global technology giants. But, according to reports, those apps are still running in India. Last week, the Center banned 54 Chinese apps, which were considered to be the incarnations of apps launched before 2020. When the government closed about 224 apps. In which Tiktok Shareit, WeChat, Hello, Like, UC News, Bigo Live, UC Browser, ES File Explorer and Mi Community. Many of these apps have re-branded themselves with the same names or with similar functions. Also, they have so far managed to avoid the inquiry. Learn more about it.

Bigo Live, for example, is one of the first apps to be banned. Although the popular app is not available for download on Google PlayStore, it is working with a large number of users in India. According to reports, many employees of Likee and Bigo have been transferred to new organizations like Tiki Mobile App, which is a Likee clone. This app is a platform for short videos that have over 50 million downloads on the Play Store. According to co-founder of mobile internet technology company Appihai, “These Chinese apps show that they operate from different countries, such as the US, India or Singapore.

Shortly before the BitDance clone was discontinued, TikTok, which gained immense popularity in India. That Vigo video app was discontinued by ByteDance, while its static-hello-app had to exit the Indian market. Byte Dance still runs the editing app CapCut in India, which has over 10 million downloads on the Play Store. There are also utility apps like Inshot, headquartered in China and run by organizations like YouCut. So, there are other apps like Wondershare-owned FilmoraGo that are still available in India and also working.

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