After PUBG & TikTok, center banned 43 mobile apps including famous Snack Video

The central government banned 43 mobile apps on Tuesday. The Center has imposed this ban under the Information Technology Act 69A. The Center said that these apps are involved in such activities, which threaten the unity, integrity, security of the country. Read Also- Garena Free Fire wins Mobile Game of the Year title, surpasses PUBG Mobile 

Govt ban 43 more chinese apps
Center banned 43 mobile apps, 14 of them are dating apps and mostly Chinese

Out of the 43 apps banned, 14 include dating, 8 gaming apps, 6 business and finance, and an entertainment app.

Snack video: action on another popular app after TikTok

The central government, which has banned Chinese app TikTok, has now banned popular chat app snack video. It is a Singapore based Chinese software company. It has more than 100 million users. This became the biggest option for users after TikTok was banned and within 5 months, around 50 million users have increased. Most users are in India. Read Also- PUBG Mobile India is now a registered company in India 

267 apps banned in 148 days

The Galvan clash took place on 15 June. To give a strong message to China and pressurize it, the government banned Chinese apps for the first time. After this, 267 apps have been banned within 148 days and most of these apps are Chinese. Read Also- FAU-G Launch Soon: Launch date and possible game-play features 

Trump also banned Chinese apps, but Biden did not explain the situation

On September 18, the Trump administration in the US banned Chinese apps such as WeChat and TikTok. The ban was to be implemented from September 20 and the apps were to be shut down completely on November 12, but the matter remained moot in the courts. The Trump administration was also trying in October to have the ban implemented. However, now after the election President Elect Joe Biden has not clarified his position on the issue. Because of this, this ban is currently not effective. Read Also- Lava to manufacture Nokia, Motorola smartphones in India 

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