Indian intelligence agencies have red-flagged 52 Chinese apps to be banned in India. They asked the government to block the usage of the apps, which are extracting user data. These 52 Chinese apps are being a threat to national security.

52 Chinese apps red-flagged by Indian Intel agencies

52 Chinese Apps to be Banned by India, Including TikTok, Helo, Like and More
52 Chinese Apps to be Banned by India, Including TikTok, Helo, Like and More

The concern is raised because these applications end up extracting a huge amount of private data and are sent outside India. All the apps are so popular which are used by millions of people in India. The Chinese apps are TikTok, ShareIt, Xender, and many others.

All these apps are so popular among Indian users. The Indian security agencies have said that these apps are not safe.

Here is the list of popular apps which are asked to remove.

  1. Tiktok
  2. Bigo Live
  3. File Sharing app Shareit
  4. UC Browser mobile web browser
  5. Shein
  6. Clash of Kings
  7. Vault-Hide
  8. Vigo Video
  9. Weibo
  10. WeChat
  11. UC News
  12. Xender
  13. BeautyPlus
  14. ClubFactory
  15. Helo
  16. LIKE
  17. Kwai
  18. ROMWE
  19. NewsDog
  20. Photo Wonder
  21. APUS Browser
  22. VivaVideo
  23. Perfect Corp
  24. CM Browser
  25. Virus Cleaner
  26. Mi Community
  27. DU recorder
  28. YouCam Makeup
  29. Mi Store
  30. 360 Security
  31. DU Battery Saver
  32. DU Browser
  33. DU Cleaner
  34. DU Privacy
  35. Clean Master – Cheetah
  36. CacheClear DU apps studio
  37. Baidu Translate
  38. Baidu Map
  39. Wonder Camera
  40. ES File Explorer
  41. QQ International
  42. QQ Launcher
  43. QQ Security Centre
  44. QQ Player
  45. QQ Music
  46. QQ Mail
  47. QQ NewsFeed
  48. WeSync
  49. SelfieCity
  50. Clash of Kings
  51. Mail Master
  52. Mi Video call-Xiaomi
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According to the reports, the senior government official said that the National Security Council Secretariat supports the concern of banning these Chinese apps. The official said, “The discussions on the recommendations are continuing.”


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