New Delhi: Nearly 15 new mobile applications such as ByteDance-owned video editing app CapCut and Xiaomi’s browser app were included in a follow-up ban on 47 Chinese apps late last month, according to a list that ET has reviewed. The remaining were ‘lite’ or ‘pro’ versions of the apps that the government banned earlier in June, including TikTok and Helo, both owned by ByteDance, the. A list of the 47 new banned apps will be released soon by the Indian government. Meanwhile, 250 more apps including PUBG Mobile and apps linked to the Alibaba group are under review.
New Delhi, Aug 4 (PTI) Baidu Search figures in the list of 47 Chinese apps that were banned by India last month, according to a source. In June this year, India banned 59 apps with Chinese links.
47 new apps banned list in india. Following up on the ban of 59 apps, including TikTok and Mi Community, in India earlier this month, the Government of India appears to have banned 47 more apps that were seemingly clones of the. The newly banned 47 apps were essentially clones of the original banned Chinese apps that were spread across the app stores in India. The new Chinese 47 apps ban has been issued since these apps were doing the same thing as the original banned Chinese apps under a new name. The authorities haven’t revealed the list of the banned apps as of. New Delhi: Delivering yet another setback to Chinese companies, India decided to ban 47 more Chinese apps on Monday, sources have claimed. The move comes almost a month after the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps including popular ones like TikTok, WeChat and UC Browser which had a huge user base in India.
These 47 banned app clones include Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHAREit Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, and VFY Lite, news agency ANI reported. India has also prepared a list of over 250 Chinese apps, including apps linked to Alibaba, that it will examine for any user privacy or national security violations, government sources told India Today TV. The list. New Delhi: Days after banning 59 Chinese applications over national security concerns, the government has banned 47 more Chinese apps, taking the total number of mobile applications banned for. The Indian Government has banned 47 more Chinese apps after it recently blocked 59 Chinese ones India TV Tech Desk New Delhi Updated on: July 28, 2020 10:34 IST
New Delhi: A month after banning 59 Chinese applications, the Narendra Modi-led government has banned 47 more apps of Chinese origin. If reports are to be believed, these 47 applications were. The 47 banned Chinese apps were operating as clones of the earlier banned apps. The list of the 47 Chinese applications banned by the Indian government will be released soon. India has also prepared a list of over 250 Chinese apps, including apps linked to Alibaba, that it will examine for any user privacy or national security violations. Govt bans 47 more Chinese apps: All you need to know. India on Monday banned 47 more apps with links to China, most being clones or from the same parent company whose main applications were banned.
NEW DELHI: India on Monday banned 47 more apps with links to China, most being clones or from the same parent company whose main applications were banned last month, a source said. The Indian Government has banned 47 new apps that were allowing access to the banned Chinese apps. A lot of 'Lite' versions of the banned apps were spotted. There is a list of 275 apps under. The new list of 47 banned apps will be released soon and is most likely to include alternatives or lite versions of the apps that were previously banned in the country on June 29. Some of these include TikTok Lite, Helo Lite, ShareIt Lite, Bigo Lite and VFY Lite, all of which are reportedly unavailable on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
The government had alleged that the 59 banned apps were engaged in activities that were “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defense of India, the security of the state and public order.” As per an ET report, the new list consists of 275 apps that can face the wrath of the government. India banned TikTok and dozens of other Chinese mobile apps in June and has now added another 47 to the list India has banned 47 more Chinese apps just weeks after blocking the highly popular video-sharing platform TikTok and 58 others over national security and privacy concerns, an information ministry official and media reports said Monday. The government has banned 47 apps of Chinese origin in India. The new move comes just weeks after the ban of 59 initial Chinese apps that took place just late last month.
Here is the full list of Chinese apps that now stand banned in India. 1. TikTok. 2. Shareit. 3. Kwai. 4. UC Browser. 5. Baidu map 6. Shein 7. Clash of Kings 8. DU battery saver 9. Helo 10. Likee. The government added 47 more apps last month to the list of 59 Chinese apps that were banned in India. A new report has now revealed the names of 15 of the newly-banned 47 apps. Among the list of.