Remove China app downloads more than 5 million times, find out the reason behind it

Remove China Apps is an Android app that works to detect and delete Chinese apps on your Android phone. This app is gradually going viral in India. This is followed by Operation Boycott China brand in India. Just yesterday we reported that this app has gained a lot of popularity in India and now according to a new report this app has reached the top of the list of top free apps in the country Google Play at the moment. Interestingly, the app has been downloaded more than 5 million times since its launch on May 17th. It may be clear that it is spread by issues such as the Indo-China border dispute and the global coronavirus epidemic. Because of these issues, another application ‘Maitron’ has been the topic of discussion for the past several days and it is increasingly being adopted as an alternative to TickTalk in India.

What is China App Removal App and how does it work?

As we said ‘Remove China Apps‘It is gaining four times popularity day and night. The app was launched on May 17 and has been downloaded more than 50 million times so far. The app is available for free download on the Google Play Store. This application works without asking for login. In it, users simply need to select “Scan” to identify apps made by China on their Android device, and the ‘China Removal App’ app recognizes apps created by Chinese developers on the phone and gives them the option to remove them.

Note that this application only detects apps that users have installed on their Android devices from the Google Play Store or other third-party app stores. This app does not recognize Chinese apps pre-installed on your smartphone.

It’s worth noting that the Remove China app is made by OneTouch AppLabs, which is only listed on the Google Play Store. Has been claimed One Touch AppLabs is a Jaipur-based company whose website was launched on May 8.

Why Remove China Apps Are Becoming Popular?

This app comes at a time when anti-China sentiment is on the rise in the country. This sentiment has grown even after multiple controversies, including YouTube VS TIK-Tok, the Indo-China border dispute and the corona virus epidemic. A recent survey found that 67 percent of Indians blame China for the spread of the coronavirus.

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