Google, Apple pull down Chinese apps banned in India from app stores

Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology has formally issued a notification banning the operations of 54 Chinese apps in India as several of such apps from Tencent and Alibaba

After the Indian government banned Tencent’s Xriver, Garena’s Free Fire, NetEase’s Onmyoji Arena and Astracraft along with 50 more Chinese apps in a fresh strike, Google on Monday said it has temporarily blocked the access of the notified apps on Play Store.

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has formally issued a notification banning the operations of 54 Chinese apps in India, as several of such apps from the stable of Chinese companies like Tencent and Alibaba, changed hands to…read more

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