‘Made in India’ Chingari app gets the benefit of TikTok ban, increase in downloads

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Now ‘Made-in-India’ apps are going to directly benefit from the TikTok ban, the latest example of which was seen on Monday night itself. Chingari App, which is being called the Indian version of TikTok, has so far received 25 lakh downloads on Google Play Store due to anti-Chinese sentiment. But the real scene was seen on Monday night, June 29, when the Indian government banned 59 Chinese apps including TikTok. Soon after, the Chingari app saw a rapid increase in views and downloads. Company co-founder Sumit Ghosh shared the data and said that the app is getting 10 lakh views every half hour. He told that they are getting 1 lakh downloads every hour, which is also affecting the servers.

Sumit Ghosh Twitter Gave information about increased Chingari user views after TikTok ban. While sharing StreamView App analytic data, he confirmed that Chinagari App is getting 10 lakh user views every half hour since the TikTok ban. Not only this, after the ban, a huge increase was seen in the downloads of Chingari app, according to the information shared, the app received about 1 lakh downloads in 1 hour. Ghosh also Information Granted, due to this sudden surge, the app’s server also crashed last night.

Let us tell you, if we talk about Google Play Store rating of Chingari app, it is 4.7 stars out of 5. Chingari App, a TikTok-like short video and audio app, has been created by two Bengaluru-based programmers named Bishwatma Nayak and Siddharth Gautam. This app was first seen on Google Play Store in November 2018, although its entry on iOS took place in January 2019. This app is free to download and its interface is very similar to TikTok. Apart from this, this app will support 10 languages, which include English, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. Chingari app gives points to the user on every view, which can later be redeemed for money.

Apart from TikTok, the Indian government has banned 58 Chinese apps in India, which include many apps like ShareIt, UC Browser, Shein, Club Factory, Clash of Kings, Helo, Mi Community, CamScanner, ES File Explorer, VMate. The government claims that all these apps were involved in such activities, which can pose a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of the country, defense of the country, state security and public order etc.

Apart from Chingari app, another app is getting the benefit of anti-China sentiment and that is Mitron app, which is exactly like TikTok in usage.



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