TikTok To Launch Indian TikTok Version, 47 Chinese Lite App Removed, 275 List, PUB G

TikTok To Launch Indian TikTok Version 47 Chinese Lite Mobile App PUBG Game in 275 Mobile Name List 47 Chinese Lite Mobile App Clone Copy of China Mobile App 47 Chinese TikTok Lite Mobile App.You all know that Central Government banned 59 Chinese mobile application in the month of June 2020. And Govt has asked 79 question to all Chinese App CEO before 22nd July 2020. But big question is why govt add PUB G Game of South Korean company. Here you will get all answer on banning 47 Chinese app and other sources.

TikTok Indian TikTok Version: TikTok parent company ByteDance in a talk with Government to make and established Data Centre in India, Storage Centre and to follow all rules and regulation. So may be TikTok soon launching Indian Version of TikTok.

275 China Mobile Name List 2020: 275 more Chinese apps on India's radar, list includes investment in PubG, Resso.Under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) has banned 47 apps. Tiktok Lite, Helo Lite, SHARE it Lite, BIGO LIVE Lite, and VFY Lite have. Because it is the cloned copies of the 59 apps banned earlier in June.

47 China Clone Lite Mobile App: Cloning an app' means an exact copy of a particular app. Pirates, Hackers do this to premium, commercial apps and distribute them for free. The list, inspect by Economic Times who found gaming app PubG (South Korea ) backed by China’s most valuable internet major Tencent. Zili (Finland) by phonemaker Xiaomi, AliExpress by ecommerce giant Alibaba as well as apps like Resso (Indian) and ULike from TikTok-owner ByteDance.

Chinese interest and the majority have parent Chinese companies. Meitu, LBE Tech, Perfect Corp, Sina Corp, Netease Games, Yoozoo Global, 14 MI apps by Xiaomi.

Question: Why Government is Banning PUBG Mobile ?

Answer: Main Problem is connected with Investment of China. Tencent gaming app is a Chinese and invested in PUBG. Tencent was founded in Shenzhen, China, in 1998, and listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong since June 2004.