Indian Alternatives of Chinese Mobile Apps

Chinese mobile app banned in India

The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese mobile apps to protect people's private data. These include apps such as Tik-Tok, UC Browser, Halo and Cam Scanner. In such a situation, what are the options left for the users using these apps? What will happen to their data? Do other apps exist as an alternative to Chinese apps? If so what are those apps? These are some of the questions that are going on in everyone's mind. We are answering them through experts. Out of the 59 apps that the government has banned, 18 are in the utility category. 8 apps are video sharing. There are 6 social media apps.

What kind of privacy were Chinese mobile apps breaking?

   China apps were insecure. Because when you install an app, you have approved that it can access your photos, videos, messages, files, data. What he does with your data after that depends on the company. 

    Some institutions ask for permission that they can use your data, some institutions do not take permission to use it. But many companies steal data even without permission.

   At present, in the situation between India and China, Chinese companies can do anything about our data. The old Chinese record is also not reliable in this case. He also specializes in cyber attacks. That is why the government has decided thoughtfully. Because these apps are also used by people associated with government and military.

Best Indian alternatives of Chinese mobile App

   Let us tell you that crores of users have downloaded these app in India. However, now users can use the already existing app in India as an alternative to these Chinese apps. So let's know about these mobile apps...

  • Use Mitron and Chingari app instead of TikTok

 Now users can use Mitron, Roposo and Chingari apps in place of tick-talk. Users will get the option to make short videos in these Indian apps. Apart from this, users will also be able to share their videos on social media platforms.

  • Use the Share chat app instead of Hello

Although the Chinese app Halo has been used fiercely by people, but now it has been banned. Now users can use the share chat app instead. In this app, users will get the option to share photo-video. In addition, this app provides users with content in 15 regional languages.

  • Use Google Chrome

 UC Browser is a popular app in India. However, now this app has been banned. Now users can use Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox instead of UC Browser. In this, you will get many options to secure data with fast browsing. Apart from this, users will also get a VPN in Mozilla Firefox.

  • Use Myntra app in place of Club Factory

 You can use Myntra and Flipkart app instead of club factory. In it you will find a large collection of fashion, beauty, lifestyle and clothing. Apart from this, you will also get attractive offers when shopping from Flipkart and Myntra.

  • Use Files go instead of Share it

Now users can use Google's Files Go instead of Share It, while iPhone users can transfer photos with files via AirDrop function.The special thing is that Internet is not required for file transfer.

India Bans Chinese apps: What is their alternatives?

These are some of the top 10 apps in India which are now banned by the government of India in order to be secure as these app supposed to stole users data. After taking it as a serious threats to our nation security government takes this order to ban these chinese app. BUT nothing to worry we are here with these alternative to banned Chinese App.

Banned App: CamScanner 

Variety: Scans documents in clear images or PDFs 

Alternatives to iOS and Android: Adobe Scanner, Microsoft Office Lens, and Zoho Scanner of Indian Software Corporation 

Banned Apps: YouCam makeup, Wonder Camera, SelfieCity, Sweet Selfie, BeautyPlus, Meitu 

Variety: Editing photos, adding effects and filters 

Alternatives: Snow, B16 developed by South Korean software company Snow Inc., Google's Snapseed, Jerusalem-based Facetune of Lighttricks 

Banned Apps: UC Browser, DU Browser, Apus Browser, CM Browser 

Variety: For Mobile Browsing 

Alternatives for Android and iOS: Google Chrome, Brave

Banned Apps: ShareIt, Xender 

Variety: File Sharing by Mobile 

Options: ShareAll, a Delhi-based startup for Android users Files for Google works for Android and iOS users 

Banned App: VivaVideo, VMate 

Variety: for video editing 

Options for iOS and Android: KineMaster from Seoul-based KineMaster Corp, and Taiwan-based Cyberlink's PowerDirector app 

Banned Apps: TikTok, Kwai, Helo, Likee, Vigo video, Bigo Live 

Variety: for making videos 

Options for iOS and Android: ShareChat, Triller for TikTok. Indian company Roposo is a great platform for video sharing. Germany-based Dubmash gives you the opportunity to lip-sync with audio clips and songs.

Latest News: 47 more Chinese Apps Banned in India

Best Alternatives of Chinese Mobile Apps

 On 27 July The Indian government has banned 47 more apps from China including Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, VFY Lite.

Let us tell you that 59 apps from China have been banned earlier. Most of the banned apps now include cloning apps. This means that the apps were launched in the market by making apps like ban apps beforehand. These apps are accused of stealing data from users. 

In fact, in the middle of a clash between the soldiers of the two countries in Ladakh on the Indo-China border, the Narendra Modi government at the center gave China another big blow in the past. The central government had banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok, UC Browser, in the country.

Many more apps including PUBG are also on the radar

 The Indian government has already banned 59 apps including TikTok, CamScanner, SHAREit, UC Browser. Now the government is eyeing 275 Chinese apps including PUBG. However, the Ministry of Home Affairs has not commented on it so far.
 According to a news published in the Times, there is a continuous review of China's apps and it is also trying to find out where they are getting funding from. According to the information, some apps have been found to threaten national security, while some apps are violating data sharing and privacy rules.

Final words

China always use thier own made mobile application insted of using other countries made app. By this only simple statement you can also think why we should not. We Indian have also potential to grow and develop our own mobile app. But only lack of financial support many developers doesn't be able to create. That's why they work for foreign companies. Hope you will be soon able to understand all these monopoly of China. Thanks for Reading this Blog Please Subscribe to our newsletter by just giving your Email address so that we can supply our service by delivering regular articles on interesting topics.

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