7 Must-Have Apps To Replace Banned Chinese Ones
Since the Indian Government’s ban on Chinese apps, Indian users are looking for a replacement. Don’t worry, we have you sorted out on important apps. Take a look at these Indian or non-Chinese apps for starters.
If you are wondering how to share bulk files, BharatShare is a great option. Developed by the makers of OhWow, the app will let you share your bulk files easily. With a smooth interface, the app is easy and simple to use, with a faster speed and with standard privacy policies.
OhWow is a great replacement to ShareIt and Xender. You can easily share your files on wifi. It works on a drag and drop model and can run in the background. It is safe to use as it saves no user data. The Android app works well without internet too.
Qupiq, suitable for Android phones, will help you organise your gallery and free it from duplicate and similar photos and clean device storage. It automatically scans and detects duplicate photos and presents them to the users for deletion. Compare your photos side by side and delete the ones you don’t need. The app is secure to use as it doesn’t store any user data.
The Taiwan based app is perfect to use for video creation, video editing and more. With its clean interface, easy to use and a variety of editing features, PowerDirector makes for a great video editing app.
Office lens will let you scan documents, business cards and more. Not just a smooth interface, but the security of Microsoft. The app is free, ad-free and simple to use. It can be used in integration with OneDrive.
Google Chrome is a widely used search engine with faster service. Millions across the globe use it for searching numerous doubts. It is easy to use and user friendly.
Both Moj and Chingari are Indian apps. These will surely replace your Tik Tok blues. While Moj offers content in 15 languages like Bengali, Gujarati and so on and offers 15 secs video, Chingari already has over 10 million downloads.