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Mobile Apps here to Stay

After the Tiktok ban, Indian content creators are finding it hard to cope with the lack of an apt content and amusement generating platform. Here are some Indian or Western alternatives that seem to be staying for the long run and are good replacements.

Chingari

This is the new Tiktoker haven  for all content creators suffering from the Chinese app ban. Recently Chingari, the app has showed the way for other Made in India apps that are here to stay. This social networking app has witnessed 2-3 million downloads per day after the Tiktok ban as Tiktok users are changing platforms to generate fun and amusement content. Chingari garnered 15 million downloads as of a day or two after the ban, shooting to number one app in social networking on the App Store. Here are few other apps here to stay after the Chinese app ban

Roposo

Roposo monetizes content on their platform through brand integrations. Roposo is an Indian video-sharing social media platform, owned by Glance InMobi Pvt. Ltd having its registered office at Gurugram, India. It is a platform where people express visually with homemade videos and photos. Catering to users aged between 15 and 35 years, the app offers a TV-like browsing experience with user-generated content on its channels. Users can also use editing tools on the platform and upload their content.

Dubsmash

Dubsmash is a Video sharing social media service application for iOS and Android created by Jonas Drüppel, Roland Grenke, and Daniel Taschik.[3] Using the application, users can choose an audio recording or soundbite from movies, shows, music, and internet trends and record a video of themselves dubbing over that piece of audio. Although this isn’t an Indian app yet given present political sentiment this seems to be a good option to be using in the long run.

Bolo Indya

While several Indian alternatives of Tiktok are busy building up their content libraries, Gurugram-based regional language short-video platform Bolo Indya is preparing to help creators monetize their videos from the very scratch. While other short-video apps are being used for content commerce for brands, Bolo Indya, on the other hand, claims that its focus is on content commerce for services. The founder and CEO Varun Saxena has claimed that the app has already brought plenty of business to service providers on the platform.

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