59 Chinese Apps Banned by India | Alternative for TikTok


List of 59 Chinese Apps Banned by Indian Government

Recently, the Government of India has banned 59 popular Chinese applications in order to counter the privacy security posed by these major apps. However, these apps are reportedly banned by the Government under section 69A of the Information Technology Act. It certainly comes as a major loss to China’s Digital Silk Route ambitions, as it will erode a huge volume of revenue from its companies. Furthermore, the list of Chinese apps banned by India is given below.

List of Chinese Apps Banned by India

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

Alternate for TikTok

Undoubtedly, TikTok is the most popular and widely used app with a great volume of users. Indeed, a newly emerged app ‘Chingari’ is known to be the Indian alternative for TikTok. As little as we know about this app is that it allows the user to download and share video and audio contents as well as explore the content shared by other users.  

Chingari is certainly a multi-lingual app which means that it’s available in multiple languages including English, Hindi, Punjabi, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, Tamil, Gujrati, Marathi, and Bengali.

Hope we will soon get a more immersive app than TikTok!

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