Boycott Chinese Items: Alternatives for Chinese Mobile Apps

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Boycott Chinese items

Boycott Chinese items – this motto has been talk of the town for the last 2 years in India but tragically has not made an enormous effect. However, the call to boycott Chinese items has once again picked up strength among Indians on social media.

India has gotten to be the world’s fastest-growing versatile application market over the past few years. With more than 1.3 billion potential customers, the Indian app market is drawing in parts of consideration as a colossal opportunity for app development.





In this way, Chinese apps such as TikTok, Helo, LIVE, UC Browser, supported by China’s tech monsters, have overseen to pick up popularity in India. Moreover, this fast-growing notoriety of Chinese apps in India has frightened the Indian government.

 

Few Indian politicians claimed that TikTok ought to be prohibited or more firmly controlled after concerns rose around sexually unequivocal content and cyberbullying. Hence, the authorities later came up with a direction for these social apps like TikTok, Helo, and Vigo Video, in order to direct the content on these platforms.

Boycott Chinese Apps

Since May 17, the ‘Remove China Apps’ app has as of now earned gigantic bolster and has crossed one million downloads in less than two weeks. Drawing motivation from Sonam Wangchuk, on-screen character, and supermodel Milind Soman reported that he is ‘no longer on Tiktok.’





The video-sharing application has the most noteworthy number of clients in India. As per the research conducted in June 2019, there are more than 120 million Tiktok users within the nation. Moreover, in case numerous Indians stopped Tiktok, Wangchuk believes it has the potential to burn a gap in the Chinese firm’s pocket.

Chinese apps

Also read- Remove China Apps : App To Get Rid Of All Chinese Apps From Your Phone




Top Chinese Apps widely used in India

Social content platforms Helo and SHAREit;
Entertainment and engagement apps TikTok, LIKE, and Kwai;
Web browser UCBrowser/UCBrowser Mini
Video and live streaming ones LiveMe, Bigo Live, and Vigo Video;
Utility apps BeautyPlus, Xender, and Cam Scanner;
Gaming apps PUBG, Clash of Kings, Mobile Legends;
E-commerce apps ClubFactory, SHEIN, and ROMWE.

 

Indian Alternative to Chinese Apps

Before you ask what difference can be made by uninstalling the Chinese app?. Just ask yourself how many smartphone users and clients are there in India. Think almost how Indians can ruin and destroy the Google ratings of these apps.

Do you know around 39 percent of TikTok worldwide users are Indians?. So, just think regarding how much this Chinese App is dependent on the Indian market. But the main concern arises is – What are the Indian choices to Chinese apps. What alternatives do we have?. So, here is a list for you for the same:

Platforms

Chinese Apps

Indian Alternatives

Social content platforms Helo and SHAREit; ShareChat, Jio Switch, Shareall
Entertainment and engagement apps TikTok, LIKE, and Kwai; Roposo, Bolo Indya, Dubsmash
Web browser UCBrowser/UCBrowser Mini EPIC Browser, Yo Browser, Firefox, Chrome
Video and live streaming ones LiveMe, Bigo Live, and Vigo Video; Streamkar, Roposo
Utility apps BeautyPlus, Xender and Cam Scanner; CameraPlus, Indian Selfie Camera,Picsart, Microsoft Office lens, Adobe scan
Gaming apps PUBG, Clash of Kings, Mobile Legends; Indian Air Force:A cut above, Grand Battle Royale:Pixel FPS, Fortnite,Empires and allies
E-commerce apps ClubFactory, SHEIN, and ROMWE. Ajio, Amazon Limeroad,Pantaloons,Koovs, StalkBuyLove

 

Flickonclick team requests you all to Boycott Chinese apps and use these alternatives one, nothing in the nation lacks when it comes to talents, hard work, and determination, the entire nation to become self-sufficient is altogether a journey, this couldn’t happen in an overnight decision. Let’s take a step by making small changes, being aware of what we buy and what we download. This is nothing against some nation but this is definitely about your own nation and making yourself Aatmanirbhar.

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