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Chinese Banned apps in India: List of 59 Chinese Banned apps

The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps because they were reportedly “objectifying the sovereignty and independence of India, the protection of...

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The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps because they were reportedly “objectifying the sovereignty and independence of India, the protection of India, national security and public order.” Common among all the banned Chinese applications are the based social media communicating platforms that have inhabited the Indian online market in the previous couple of years.

 The Government of India (GOI) has banned 59 Chinese-owned have mobile apps by issuing out a press release, including some very popular apps such as TikTok, Helo, We Chat, UC Browser. There have been several hundred – thousand users of these mobile apps in the world. 

GOI official Announcement: 59 Chinese Apps Banned in India

The Indian IT Ministry has released an official statement on pib.gov.in concerning the official banned on 59 Chinese mobile apps in India, This stating which those who “prejudice the integrity and sovereignty of India and the defense of India, and it is also state security and public order.” The below is the Indian Govt. official press released message:

“The Indian Ministry of Information Technology, referencing its powers under the Section 69A of an Act of Information Technology, It must also read the relevant regulations of its 2009 Rules of an Information Technology and Given the evolving existence of the risks, it has agreed to banned 59 applications because, Since it, a view of the available information and they are engaged in actions that undermine the sovereignty and integrity and protection of India, the defense of India, national security and also public order”.

List of 59 Chinese Apps banned in India

Banned Chinese App
1. UC Browser App
2. Baidu map App
3. Kwai App
4. TikTok App
5. Shareit App
6. Shein App
7. DU battery saver app
8. Clash of Kings App
9. Helo App
10. YouCam makeup App
11. Likee App
12. CM Browers App
13. Mi Community App
14. Virus Cleaner App
15. Club Factory App
16. ROMWE App
17. APUS Browser App
18. Newsdog App
19. Beauty Plus App
20. WeChat App
21. QQ Mail App
22. UC News App
23. Weibo App
24. Xender App
25. QQ Newsfeed App
26. QQ Music App
27. SelfieCity App
28. Bigo Live App
29. Parallel Space App
30. Mail Master App
31. Mi Video Call – Xiaomi App
32. WeSync App
33. Viva Video – QU Video Inc App
34. ES File Explorer App
35. Vigo Video App
36. Meitu App
37. DU Recorder App
38. Vault-Hide App
39.New Video Status App
40. DU Cleaner App
41. Cache Cleaner
42. Cam Scanner App
43. Clean Master – Cheetah Mobile App
44. DU Browser App
45. Hago Play with New Friends App
46. Photo Wonder App
47. Wonder Camera App
48. We Meet App
49. QQ Player App
50. Baidu Translate App
51. Sweet Selfie App
52. QQ International App
53. Vmate App
54. QQ Launcher App
55. QQ Security Center App
56. V fly Status Video App
57. U Video App
58. DU Privacy App
59. Mobile Legends App

With the current Indian-China border conflict, the Government of India (GOI) has agreed to banned 59 Chinese apps mentioned above. So, for now, it is not clear whether the Government of India (GOI) can execute these apps banned in India. These have been among the most useful and very popular apps that used 100 thousand Million of users, and TikTok had almost one billion downloads from the Google Play Store, and Shein, Shareit, Helo, Kawai, Xenders and Club Factory all have more than 100 million downloads. The goals of China’s Digital Silk Route have also been hit with a huge setback by that kind of action by the Government of India (GOI).

Written by Sushant Gupta
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One Reply to “Chinese Banned apps in India: List of 59 Chinese Banned apps”

  1. This is seriously a Good Action taken by Indian Govt. But the Border issue should not disturb the freedom of technology usage. I think so.

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