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Chinese apps such as Tencent-backed gaming app PUBG, AliExpress, ByteDance's Resso and ULike, and Xiaomi's Zili are likely to be among those under the government radar.
The army has asked the personnel to delete 89 apps from their smartphones including popular apps like Facebook, TikTok, Tinder, PUBG, Instagram and more.
Reliance JioMeet, Vivo Y30, Tata Sky, Motorola One Fusion, TikTok, Redmi 8 and more: TMI Daily News Wrap
From the launch of Motorola One Fusion to Reliance JioMeet video calling application, here is our TMI Daily News Wrap.
TikTok has confirmed that it has no plans to take any legal action against the ban imposed by the government.
iQOO Z1x, Asus ROG Phone 3, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, Spotify Premium Duo, Xiaomi Mi TV Master, DuckDuckGo and more: TMI Daily News Wrap
From the launch of Xiaomi's latest Mi TV Master 65-inch OLED TV to the new Spotify Premium Duo subscription, here is the TMI Daily News Wrap.
However, many were hoping that PUBG Mobile would also be banned in India, though that didn’t happen.
Multiple users suggest that Indian internet service providers are blocking the search engine.
In this article, we will list top 3 non-chinese alternatives of UC Browser which constantly add new features and are very safe options as compared to Chinese app browsers.
Here are the three alternatives to the CamScanner application.
There has been a strong chorus in the public space to take strict action against Apps that harm India’s sovereignty as well as the privacy of our citizens
Is it enough to make a long-lasting impression on consumers? Let’s find out.
Does Coolpad Cool 5 has all the traits to beat other popular budget smartphones like Redmi 8A and Infinix S5 which have been recently launched? Let's find out here.
Are the four cameras a good enough reason to buy the Realme 5? We have used the device for one week and here is our review.
Realme 5 comes in three variants - 3GB RAM + 32GB internal storage, 4GB RAM + 64GB internal storage and 4GB RAM + 128 internal storage priced at Rs 9,999, Rs 10,999 and Rs 11,999 respectively.
Does it make any sense to go for the Realme 5 Pro? We spent some time with the device and here are our first impressions.
The company has left no stones unturned in terms of design and other specifications. However, does it do an impressive job? Let’s find out.
Does it give a stiff competition to its arch-rivals? Let’s out in this first impression.
Can be the next big hit after Vivo V15 Pro? Let’s find out.
The smartphone is equipped with a pop-up mechanism, which was first shown with Vivo NEX. This coupled with a massive 48-megapixel sensor at the back along with some interesting hardware makes it quite an interesting proposition.
Will Lenovo A5 be enough to make a long-lasting impression on the customers and match the existing smartphones? Let’s find out.