India bans 59 mobile apps including TikTok, UC Browser, ShareIt and others

The Indian government banned 59 mobile apps, most of them are Chinese. Where popular apps like TikTok, UC Browser, and WeChat. The situation comes after India and China Galwan Valley clashes on June 15 where 20 Indian soldiers were killed in action.


The Chinese apps were “stealing and surreptitiously transmitting users’ data in an unauthorized manner to servers which have locations outside India,” India’s Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said in a statement Monday.

India bans 59 mobile apps including TikTok, UC Browser, ShareIt and others

ଏହାକୁ ଓଡ଼ିଆ ରେ ପଢିବା ପାଇଁ ଏଠାରେ କ୍ଲିକ କରନ୍ତୁ

Here are the 59 apps Banned in India List:

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

On defend, TikTok India said today it had been invited by the government to offer clarifications after it was blocked on Monday along with 59 Chinese mobile apps over national security and privacy concerns. The popular video-sharing app TikTok said it was in the process of complying with the government order and "continued to comply with data privacy and security requirements under Indian law". 

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