59 Chinese apps including TickTock, UC Browser, Like have been banned

The Indian government has decided to ban 59 apps, including Tiktok. These applications include Shareit, UC Browser and WeChat. It is noteworthy that all applications banned by the central government are made by Chinese companies. The government has said in its order that these practices pose a threat to India’s sovereignty and unity. In this case, it has been decided.

Now the question will come to your mind that what are these 59 apps? Let us know that these Chinese apps banned by the government are not just in the entertainment category. These include chat apps, tool apps, as well as a few games. At the moment, it is difficult to understand the basis on which the government has chosen these apps.

The Ministry of Electronics and IT said in a press release that the ministry had banned the apps under Section 69 of the IT Act and the provisions of the IT Rules 2006. The decision was taken considering these apps as a threat to India’s sovereignty, unity, security and public order.

If you look at these 59 applications, it is clear that they are all Chinese applications. In addition to TickTock, the list includes popular browser apps like Shine, an online fashion retailer, file sharing and management and social media apps like ES File Explorer, Hello and Like, and UC Browser. All these applications have been banned.

Surprisingly, a few of these organizations have also donated large sums of money to the Prime Minister’s Care Fund to fight the Covid 19 epidemic. Take the tick yourself. This organization has given 300 million grants. At the same time, Xiaomi contributed 100 million, while two applications on this platform were banned.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. Will these 59 Apple be removed from the Apple App Store and Google Play? What will happen to those who already have this app installed on their phone? Or server access to these applications will be denied.

Tickling has already been banned in India. It was withdrawn from both platforms following the High Court decision. However, the ban was later lifted.

The decision to ban these apps is being seen nowadays due to the stalemate between India and China on the Ladakh border. Anti-China sentiment is also on the rise these days. A company like Oppo had to cancel a phone launch event because of this.

However, it is clear that after the ban on these popular Chinese apps, it is like handing over the keys of wealth to selected Indian apps. Take the Maitron and Spark applications launched in response to TickTalk. The popularity of these platforms continues to grow rapidly.

59 Chinese apps banned by the government

  1. Tick ‚Äč‚Äčtock
  2. Share it
  3. Kwai
  4. UC Browser
  5. Baidu map
  6. He
  7. Clash of kings
  8. Ubi battery saver
  9. Hello
  10. Like
  11. YouCam makeup
  12. I am the community
  13. CM Browser
  14. Virus cleaner
  15. APS browser
  16. Romeo
  17. Club factory
  18. Newsdog
  19. Battery Plus
  20. WeChat
  21. UC News
  22. QQ Mail
  23. Weibo
  24. Gender
  25. QQ Music
  26. QQ Newsfeed
  27. Bigo Live
  28. Selfie City
  29. Mail Master
  30. Parallel space
  31. Me Video Call – Xiaomi
  32. Wesync
  33. ES File Explorer
  34. Viva Video – Cue Video Inc.
  35. Mitu
  36. Vigo video
  37. New video status
  38. Do record
  39. Arch-hide
  40. Cache Cleaner Ubi’s App Studio
  41. Ubi Cleaner
  42. Do browser
  43. Hago play with new friends
  44. Cam scanner
  45. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile
  46. Wonder camera
  47. Photo surprise
  48. QQ player
  49. We meet
  50. Sweet selfie
  51. Baidu translation
  52. Vimet
  53. QQ International
  54. QQ Safety Center
  55. QQ Launcher
  56. U video
  57. V Fly Status Video
  58. Mobile legend
  59. Ubi privacy

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