Government Bans 47 More Chinese Apps In India

The Government has banned 47 more Chinese Apps in India. At the end of June, 59 Chinese-owned apps were banned by the Government to protect the user’s security. And now, more apps have been banned for operating as clones of the earlier banned apps.

India bans 47 Chinese apps, including TikTok Lite, Helo Lite, and Others.

Government Bans 47 More Chinese Apps In India
Government Bans 47 More Chinese Apps In India

The list of new apps banned in India is yet to be announced. However, the list is announced officially soon. The apps which are banned can be the lite versions or the alternatives of the apps which are banned last month. Some of the apps are TikTok Lite, Helo Lite, ShareIt Lite, Bigo Lite, and much more. All of the apps are not available on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

According to a Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology official,

“The apps were found to be operating despite the ban via these versions. They have been taken down from application stores.”

According to the reports, the Government might ban 275 more Chinese apps in India. The government is monitoring the user’s privacy or security.

Last month, the government of India had banned 59 Chinese apps saying they were prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and security of the country. The apps were a threat to India.

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