The Indian government has once again made a digital strike on China. India had already banned 59 Chinese apps. 47 apps were banned once again. Preparations are being made for the third strike. According to the news, the government is ready to ban the other 15 Chinese apps. In a recent ET report, the new Chinese apps that the government is going to ban include video editing app CapCut and Xiaomi's web browser app.
There are many more apps in the list of 15 apps to be banned. In these, live and pro versions of the apps that were closed in June have also been added. Photo editor apps AirBrush, short video, Meipai and BoxCAM have been added to the list of new apps. All these apps belong to a company of China, which also makes phones.
Apart from this, the names of e-mail app NetEase, gaming app Heroes War and SlidePlus are also included in the list. Along with this, Baidu Search and Search Lite app is also included. Apart from these, apps like Airbrush, Cupcuts, Boxcam have disappeared from the play store. As of now, no statement has been issued by the government regarding the ban of these 15 apps.
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