On Monday, July 27, the government of India banned 47 more Chinese apps after banning 59 Chinese apps. These 47 apps were clones of 59 apps that were a ban last month. The list of the 47 Chinese applications banned by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology will be released soon.
According to a Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology official, “The apps found to operate despite the ban via these versions. They have taken down from application stores.”
India has also drawn up a list of 275 Chinese apps that it will examine for any violation of national security and user privacy, signaling heightened scrutiny and the possibility of more Chinese internet companies being banned in the country.
The list of 275 apps including gaming app PubG backed by China’s most valuable internet major Tencent. Also Zili by phone maker Xiaomi. For PubG, India is its largest market, according to app intelligence firm Sensor Tower estimates, generating about 175 million installs to date, or also 24% of the total downloads.
The government of India may ban all, some, or none from the list of Chinese apps.
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