After India, America will also shock ChinaJuly 7, 2020
US to Ban Chinese Apps Tik Tok: The impact of getting 59 Chinese apps banned in India, including Tiktok App Ban, is now beginning to affect the US as well. After India, America is also preparing to ban China’s social media apps.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has made it clear that the US is definitely considering banning China’s apps and these include TicTalk. With this statement of Pompeo, China’s difficulties seem to be increasing. In India, the Chinese app was banned last month. All Chinese companies are talking to the Indian government in this matter, but the government has not made any changes in its decision so far.
The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps. After the ban on Chinese applications, the demand for Indian apps has increased a lot. Apps like Spark and Dhatkak instead of TickTalk, Scan Karo app instead of CamScanner and Sharechat instead of ShareIt are becoming increasingly popular. Users are increasingly switching to Indian apps.
The popularity of many Indian apps has increased after the government has banned TickTalk. In this segment, Indian apps like Friends, Spark and Lounge are being downloaded a lot. Due to the ongoing tension between India and China over the border dispute, the government has banned 59 apps, including TikTok, in India, after which new apps are continuously coming out to make its strong hold in this segment.
Let us tell you that the ban on 59 Chinese apps, including Tik Tok App Ban, is being discussed in the US and some MPs are supporting it. These members have appealed to the US government to consider it because it is believed that the small video sharing app (US Tik Tok Ban Demand) is a serious threat to the security of any country.
Significantly, last week, India banned 59 Chinese apps including Tittock, UC Browser, saying that it was responsible for the security, integrity and sovereignty of the country. The ban has been imposed in Ladakh on the Line of Actual Control amidst the ongoing deadlock with India’s, Chinese troops. The list of these banned apps also includes WeChat and Bigo Live.