Govt bans Chinese apps including TikTok, SHAREit :
The Government of India has taken a big step in the growing heat of India and China. The Government of India has banned many apps of China such as Tik Tok and share it ,the Government of India has taken a big decision which can make many people feel bad.
Here’s a list of the apps that have been banned by the government:
TikTok Share it 3. Kwai 4. UC Browser 5. Baidu map 31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi 32. sync 33. ES File Explorer 34. Viva Video – QU Video Inc 35. Menu 36. Vigo Video 37. New Video Status 6. Shein 7. Clash of Kings 8. DU battery saver 9. Helo 10. Likee 11. YouCam makeup 12. Mi Community 13. CM Browers 14. Virus Cleaner 38. DU Recorder 39. Vault-Hide 40. Cache Cleaner DU App studio
Here are some more apps :
41. DU Cleaner 42. DU Browser 43. Hago Play With New Friends 44. Cam Scanner 15. APUS Browser 45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile 16. ROMWE 46. Wonder Camera 17. Club Factory 18. News dog 19. Beauty Plus 20. WeChat 21. UC News 22. QQ Mail 47. Photo Wonder 48. QQ Player 49. We Meet 50. Sweet Selfie 51. Baidu Translate 52. Vote 23. Weibo 53. QQ International 24. Xender 54. QQ Security Center 55. QQ Launcher 56. U Video 57. V fly Status Video 58. Mobile Legends 59. DU Privacy 25. QQ Music 26. QQ Newsfeed 27. Bigo Live 28. SelfieCity 29. Mail Master 30. Parallel Space.
TikTok crossed the 2 billion mark soon after surpassing the 1.5 billion mark in the first quarter of 2020. Out of the 2 billion, India turned out to be the biggest driver with over 611 million downloads.
According to the report by Sensor Tower, TikTok crossed the 2 billion mark soon after surpassing the 1.5 billion mark in the first quarter of 2020. Out of the 2 billion, India turned out to be the biggest driver with over 611 million downloads. The report revealed that TikTok’s surge in popularity was due to the coronavirus pandemic. People found TikTok to be most entertaining and engaging in quarantine.
The development has come in the wake of a massive spike in tensions along the 3,488-kilometer-long de-facto border with China, following the Galwan Valley clash in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action.