The Chinese application TikTok has been completely banned by the Indian government on 29 june 2020. If you are looking for an alternative to Tiktok, then here is a list of Indian apps like TikTok. Read here
Indian apps list:
1. Mitron: Mitron is an 8.03 MB video-sharing application that was developed in Bengaluru. As of date, Mitron occupies a spot in the top 10 free Google play applications. Further, the application has a rating of 4.7 stars on Google Play. Mitron allows users to create, edit, share and browse videos.
2. Bolo Indya: This video sharing application has its origin in Gurgaon. The application allows one to create vernacular videos in eight Indian languages namely- Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, and Gujarati. In addition to creating short videos, you can discuss ideas with other users on the application.
3. Roposo: This Indian app is available to Android as well as IOS. Roposo enjoys a rating of 4.7 on the Google Play Store and a rating of 4.5 on the Apple Store. The application allows one to shoot, edit and share videos. Slow-motion videos are a key feature of this application. The application also offers trendy stickers, filters, and effects. Further, you can also capture portraits with natural light, studio light, and contour light. You can access the app in several languages like English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi & Bengali. Interestingly, Roposo’s interface is like a television as it offers various channels like Haha Tv, Beats, Look Good-Feel Good and Bhakti.
In addition to the above apps, there are several other apps like TikTok. These include:
· Vigo Video,
· Tangi App
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, several people are boycotting Chinese apps. As of date, many video sharing applications are quite similar to TikTok. The downfall of this Chinese application has worked out well for other video sharing applications.