The Indian government has banned 59 Chinese applications. These include apps like Shareit and Cam Scanner, including TikTok. TikTok is the most used video-sharing app in India. However, it has been banned due to China-Indian tension.
If you are also among those who are addicted to TikTok then do not panic. Now you can use other video sharing apps in India instead.
TikTok alternative Indian App Name
Chingari Video App
The video-sharing app created by engineers from Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Karnataka is a good option for those using the Swadeshi app instead of Chingari TikTok. It was launched only in 2018 but has recently gone viral.
It has been downloaded 1 million times from Google Play Store so far. It is rated at 4.6. Chingari supports many Indian languages and dark modes.
Roposo Video App
Roposo, developed by IIT Delhi alumni Mayank Bhangadia, Avinash Saxena and Kaushal Shubh in 2013, is also well received in India.
It can be downloaded from both Google Play and the Apple App Store. So far, nearly 50 million users have downloaded it. It has a rating of 4.7 on the Play Store and 4.5 on the App Store. In this too, you can add audio by making videos like TikTok.
Bolo India App
Using Bolo India instead of TikTok will make your experience even better. However, its concept is quite different from that. It pays more attention to infotainment.
Bolo India based in Gurgaon supports eight Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam and Gujarati.
It is rated 4.6 on the Play Store. The Mumbai based start-up has developed it. Millions of people have downloaded it so far.
Dubsmash Video App
Dubsmash, developed by Jonas Druppel, Roland Grenke, and Daniel Taschik, is one of the oldest music video apps launched long before TikTok. It is available for both Android and iOS-based devices.
Through this app, users can lip-sync popular movies and television shows. It is rated 4.2 on Google Play. It supports 20 languages.