Govt Bans 59 Chinese Apps Including Tiktok, Uc Browser, Helo
The Government of India on Monday restricted upwards of 59 Chinese applications including TikTok and UC Browser "which are biased to sway and trustworthiness of India, resistance of India, security of state and open request," news organization ANI revealed. Greater part of these applications were as of late red-hailed by insight offices over worries that they were gathering client information and perhaps at the same time sending them "outside" of the nation's fringes.



Among the applications that have been restricted are Tik Tok, Sharit, Kwai, UC Browser, Baidu map, Shein, conflict of Kings, DU battery saver, Helo, Likee, YouCam cosmetics, Mi Community, CM Browsers, Virus Cleaner, Apus Browser, among others.

Indian Govt Bans 59 Chinese Apps List

TikTok
Shareit
Kwai
UC Browser
Baidu map
Shein
Clash of Kings
DU battery saver
Helo
Likee
YouCam makeup
Mi Community
CM Browers
Virus Cleaner
APUS Browser
ROMWE
Club Factory
Newsdog
Beutry Plus
WeChat
UC News
QQ Mail
Weibo
Xender
QQ Music
QQ Newsfeed
Bigo Live
SelfieCity
Mail Master
Parallel Space
Mi Video Call — Xiaomi
WeSync
ES File Explorer
Viva Video — QU Video Inc
Meitu
Vigo Video
New Video Status
DU Recorder
Vault- Hide
Cache Cleaner DU App studio
DU Cleaner
DU Browser
Hago Play With New Friends
Cam Scanner
Clean Master — Cheetah Mobile
Wonder Camera
Photo Wonder
QQ Player
We Meet
Sweet Selfie
Baidu Translate
Vmate
QQ International
QQ Security Center
QQ Launcher
U Video
V fly Status Video
Mobile Legends
DU Privacy


The press release further said that the Ministry of Information Technology has received "many representations raising concerns from citizens regarding security of data and risk to privacy relating to operation of certain apps".

"The Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IN) has also received many representations from citizens regarding security of data and breach of privacy impacting upon public order issues," the press release mentioned.

It further says that the move to ban these Chinese apps move will "safeguard the interests of crores of Indian mobile and internet users". This decision is a targeted move to ensure safety and sovereignty of Indian cyberspace, it said.