As soon as Chinese apps are banned, there is a flood of Made in India apps. Apart from this, the Indian app share chat is getting five lakh downloads every hour. Let us know that the short video app Spark is also downloading 10 lakhs every hour. At the same time, seeing the opportunity, OTT platform Zee5 has announced to launch its short video app, HiPai.
The G5 says that the HiPi (HiPi) app is built in the name of self-reliant India and is designed keeping in mind the needs of Indian consumers. Apart from this, this app can be public before 15 July. In such a situation, the app cannot be downloaded at the moment. At the same time, the company has not been given detailed information about the app, while a screenshot in front of HiPai shows that consumers will have to register in the app. Let us telll you that in Chinese apps like Til Tok and Hello, users could watch videos even without registration.
After banning 59 Chinese apps in India including Tittock, a number of Indian apps have emerged, including apps such as Bol India, Spark, Friends, Sharechat and Roposo. Let us know that Zee5's grip in the OTT market is already strong. The company claims that there is 1.25 lakh hours of video demand on its platform including 100 live channels. Along with this, customers of Vodafone, Jio Fiber and Airtel have also got free access to G5.