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The Best Alternatives to the Banned Chinese Apps in India

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After the recent order by the Indian Government that banned the usage of 59 Chinese apps in India, we decided to compile a list of alternatives to these
After the recent order by the Indian Government that banned the usage of 59 Chinese apps in India, we decided to compile a list of alternatives to these Chinese apps that would make your experience better and safer. If you’re using any of the Chinese apps that have been banned, make sure you switch to the relevant alternatives of the Chinese apps. For convenience sake, we’ve categorized the apps into their respective genres which would help you find the best alternative to the Chinese apps based on the kind of apps.
Table of Contents:
Banned Apps: UC Browser, CM Browser, Apus Browser, DU Browser
Alternative Apps:
Google Chrome is one of the most widely-used browsers and also comes pre-installed on every Android phone being a part of the core GMS package. It has all the basic features and even syncs across all your devices and more importantly is safer since Google is a brand we can trust.
Android: Install
Brave is a new entrant to the browser game with a specific emphasis on privacy. Brave claims that they do not track your usage or store any of your data which automatically makes it much better than any of the browsers out there, let alone the banned Chinese apps.
Android: Install
Banned Apps: TikTok, Kwai, Helo, Likee, Weibo, Bigo Live, U Video, Hago, Vigo Video, Viva Video
Alternative Apps:
There are multiple social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, etc. that are safer when compared to the Chinese apps that have been banned. They do not require unwanted permissions on your smartphone or unlike some reports on TikTok, they don’t turn on your camera or mic from time to time so that’s a big plus for privacy.
Dubsmash is also a good alternative to TikTok and more such apps and is developed by a German company.

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