New Delhi: Nearly 15 new mobile applications such as ByteDance-owned video editing app CapCut and Xiaomi’s browser app were included in a follow-up ban on 47 Chinese apps late last month, according to a list that ET has reviewed. The remaining were ‘lite’ or ‘pro’ versions of the apps that the government banned earlier in June, including TikTok and Helo, both owned by ByteDance, the. The Union government has banned 47 Chinese apps, that were functioning as clones of the 59 banned apps, two people aware of the development said. In June, the Indian government had banned 59.
Following this, it went on and banned 47 apps on July 27, which were clones to the previously-banned apps, citing the same problem. However, a full list of the 47 apps isn't available and it is.
47 apps banned list names. NEW DELHI: Barely a month after banning 59 Chinese applications, India has banned another set of 47 apps, most of which are clones of the apps banned in June. India recently banned 47 Chinese apps in India, following a ban on 59 apps of Chinese origin. However, we never got to know of the full list of Chinese apps that have now been blocked. A list of the 47 new banned apps will be released soon by the Indian government. Meanwhile, 250 more apps including PUBG Mobile and apps linked to the Alibaba group are under review.
The Indian Government has banned 47 new apps that were allowing access to the banned Chinese apps. A lot of 'Lite' versions of the banned apps were spotted. There is a list of 275 apps under. Xiaomi’s ‘Mi Browser Pro’ figures on the list of 47 Chinese apps that were banned by India recently, a source said.. This is in addition to the Xiaomi’s Mi Community app which was banned earlier. A source privy to the development said that ‘Mi Browser Pro’ is in the list of additional 47 Chinese apps which were banned by India last month. Xiaomi's 'Mi Browser Pro' figures on the list of 47 Chinese apps that were banned by India recently, a source said. This is in addition to the Xiaomi's Mi Community app which was banned earlier. A.
15 new names in list of banned Chinese apps Jago News Desk Published: 5 August 2020, 10:56 AM | Updated: 5 August 2020, 11:05 AM Nearly 15 new mobile applications such as ByteDance-owned video editing app CapCut and Xiaomi’s browser app were included in a follow-up ban on 47 Chinese apps late last month, according to a list that ET has reviewed. The government added 47 more apps last month to the list of 59 Chinese apps that were banned in India. A new report has now revealed the names of 15 of the newly-banned 47 apps. Among the list of. A list of the 47 new banned apps will be released soon by the Indian government. Meanwhile, 250 more apps including PUBG Mobile and apps linked to the Alibaba group are under review. The Ministry of IT and technology has just banned 47 more Chinese apps in India. The decision comes after the body had earlier removed … Continue reading India bans 47 more Chinese apps; 250 more including PUBG.
India banned TikTok and dozens of other Chinese mobile apps in June and has now added another 47 to the list India has banned 47 more Chinese apps just weeks after blocking the highly popular video-sharing platform TikTok and 58 others over national security and privacy concerns, an information ministry official and media reports said Monday. On The Newspaper Show, The Economic Times Top Headlines- 15 news names in the list of 47 banned Chinese apps- Panel to draw a roadmap for making India Manufacturing Hub- Jagadishan to succeed Puri at HDFC Bank- Airtel, Amazon web service eye pact- Amazon, Flipkart pad up for sale- Vivo pulls out of IPL title sponsorship- Premature to predict demand: Coca Cola- Diageo writes down ₹12,720 cr. Last week, the Indian government banned nearly 47 mobile applications for cloning the 59 Chinese apps that were banned in June 2020. And now Economic Times has accessed a list of which names 15 of.
New Delhi, Aug 5 (PTI) Xiaomi''s ''Mi Browser Pro'' figures in the list of 47 Chinese apps that were banned by India recently, a source said. This is in addition to the Xiaomi''s Mi Community app. India adds 47 more Chinese apps to `banned' list. 27 July 2020. The government on Friday banned 47 more Chinese apps, after its ban of 59 Chinese origin apps in June-end. The Indian government has banned 47 more Chinese apps in India over alleged privacy violations. The official list of apps will be released soon.The Indian government has prepared a list of 250.
The government has banned 47 more Chinese apps, taking the total number of mobile applications banned for being prejudicial to sovereignty, integrity and defence of the country, to 106, said sources. Another 47 Chinese apps have been banned by the Indian government. These 47 Chinese apps were the clones or similar to those 59 apps banned by the government last month. Here is the complete list of 47 Chinese apps banned by the IT Ministry of the Indian Government. As of now, the names of those apps have not been released by the ministry.