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05 July 2020

Chingari flashes after Tiktok ban in India

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Merokuraa Online 21st Asard 2077 
        India has banned 59 smartphone mobile apps, including the Chinese short video app TikTok, which has benefited the Indian app. With the government's decision to ban the Chinese app, the number of people downloading the Indian app called 'Chingari', which is considered as a competitor of Tiktok, has skyrocketed. Indian app competitors are happy with the ban. According to Sumit Ghosh, founder of "Chingari", the Chingari app has been downloaded more than half a million times in India in just 72 hours.
        Ghosh said that after the decision of the government, the view of this app has exceeded two lakh per hour. After India decided to ban the Chinese app, the Chingari app welcomed the government's decision and thanked the government. Tiktok also showed a message to Indian users informing them of the government's decision.
Amid rising tensions between China and India, India has decided to ban the use of 59 smartphone apps targeting Chinese apps. So far, the Chingari app has been downloaded more than 10 million times.

Source - Indian Media.


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