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59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

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by Alan Jackson — 4 months ago in Mobile Apps 3 min. read
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The ban of 59 Chinese apps has opened gates for homegrown apps. While you are missing Tik Tok, we bring you a list of five Indian alternatives that you can try

The privacy concern broke in a news of 59 Chinese apps getting banned in India. While this news was criticised and appreciated some, it surely did give a much-wanted space to homegrown apps.
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The ban gave hope to Indian apps to try out the market and somewhere it was the must needed movie.

We all are aware that countries like China do not allow the use of apps created by countries to be used by their consumers. And it’s time that Indians too start relying on apps by local entrepreneurs.

While we know you might be missing the Chinese apps, we have curated a list of Indian alternatives that you can download.

Top Indian app you must watch in 2020

1. Chingari

chingari - 59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

The banning of TikTok has defeated many. But its own Indian alternative, Chingari app is here to fill the vacuumcleaner. In only 10 days there have been 30 lakh downloads and also at a single stage seen 500,000 downloads in only 72 hours.

Thus far, the Chingar has garnered 1.1 crore downloads on the Google Play shop and is offered in several Indian languages.

2. Rooter

rooter - 59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

From the absence of this massively multiplayer online strategy platform Clash of Kings, Rooter functions as a homegrown distinctive app.

It’s India’s one of the greatest user-generated content platform for sport and gaming, and it has seen 8x growth in everyday users. It is USP is your Live Content Technology which makes it possible for tools such as sports commentary, live quizzesand cellular game streaming, etc..

Additionally you have other interesting choices such as Indoor sports feed comprising movies, images, surveys, etc. and scorecards from 10 Indian languages including Cricket, Football, along with several different sports.

3. Trell

trell - 59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

In the lack of TikTok, Trell delivers short-video making attributes on its own platform. Article the banning of TikTok, the app was installed by over 12 million users thus far.

This video-making app lets users may share their experiences, recommendations, and reviews across different classes. With over 45 million downloads and 9 million active users, the program has seen a 25 times expansion over a single year.

4. Kaagaz Scanner

kaagaz - 59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

With programs like CamScanner not available, Indian app Kaagaz Scanner has emerged as a superb substitute. The app has been already downloaded 100k occasions and is manufactured by Sorted AI. Presently on Google Play Store, the app doesn’t need its users to make an account to scan files.

It’s zero advertisements, is free of cost, and also unlike CamScanner does not include any watermark on the files. Users may select from three scanning modes — white and black, color scan, and grayscale. It’s other features like multiple scans, sharing PDF through email, societal websites or text, improving scan quality, and much more.
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5. Ludo King

ludo king - 59 Chinese Apps Ban: Here Are 5 Indian Alternatives You must Download

Ludo king Based on the popular board game Ludo, Ludo King is a homegrown free-to-play app created by Gametion Technologies. Known to everyone, this game has created a rage and people are head-over-heels obsessed with it.

Available on both Google Play Store and App Store, ludo king is the first Indian gaming app to cross 100 million downloads since the Chinese app bans.

Bringing in the childhood memories back, the game supports up to 6 players in local multiplayer modes and lets you choose between gameboard themes like Nature, Egypt, Disco, Candy, and Christmas and can play offline.

Alan Jackson

Alan is content editor manager of The Next Tech. He loves to share his technology knowledge with write blog and article. Besides this, He is fond of reading books, writing short stories, EDM music and football lover.

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