India may review 275 Chinese apps after 59 Chinese apps are banned

 India may review 275 Chinese apps after 59 Chinese apps are banned

It is worth mentioning that Xiaomis Zili, as a similar product of tiktok, has just entered the top 10 Google App market in India in the middle of this month, according to the Global Times report on July 23.

Xiaomi Zili launched summerfun in India last year

The government may ban all of them, some of them, or all of them, said the person familiar with the matter.

An Indian interior ministry official declined to answer ets questions about the list, but said that the government is reviewing more Chinese apps and their funding sources.

In the related reports of ET and India today and other local media, Tencents chicken eating (survival of the Jedi) were the primary targets. In fact, the game is popular among Indian teenagers. Previously, when India banned 59 apps from China under the pretext of national security, there was a lot of discussion on whether eating chicken would be banned in Indian social media circles.

Today, after a netizen shared relevant news on twitter, some netizens commented that please dont (forbid Jedi survival). Many jobs will be lost, especially E-sports.

Twitter screenshot

Since India deliberately provoked conflicts on the border, nationalism has risen at home. After blocking 59 Chinese apps, India is still reluctant to give up.

On July 20, a local court in the satellite city of New Delhi, India, issued subpoenas to Alibaba company, founder Ma Yun, and more than a dozen other individuals or companies to appear in court or through lawyers on July 29, Reuters reported.

After the last time the Indian government suddenly blocked 59 apps such as tiktok in China, the Indian Express reported that the ban of applications such as tiktok may cause employees of these platforms to lose their jobs and content creators to lose their income.

It is worth noting that after some apps in China have been banned, Indias local substitutes have also ushered in the spring. On July 8, sumit Ghosh, co-founder and chief product officer of Chingari, told CNBC in the US media that the company was conducting a round of $10 million in a round of financing to cope with the rapid growth of users in a short period of time.

Two days after India banned 59 apps developed by Chinese companies, apple and Google also began to comply with Indian government orders to prevent Indian users from accessing the apps, foreign media reported.

UC browser, eggplant express, cross-border e-commerce platform clubfactory and other Chinese applications banned by India have been removed from Apples India app store and Google Indias Google play app store.

A Google spokesman said in a statement that the company had temporarily blocked users from accessing the apps in the Google App store while reviewing the interim orders from the Indian government. Apple followed orders from the Indian government to take similar actions as Google, but did not respond to requests for comment.

Several app developers, including byte skipping, have voluntarily suspended users access to their apps in India, according to people familiar with the matter. Indias Telecommunications Ministry earlier this week ordered telecom networks and other Internet service providers to ban 59 applications developed by Chinese companies, with immediate effect..

The Indian government has invited the executives of these companies and given them the opportunity to explain their concerns to the government. Kevin Meyer, chief executive of TikTok (tiktok overseas), said on Wednesday that the application is in line with Indias privacy and security requirements and is looking forward to meeting with all parties concerned. KevinMayer

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