List of 118 Apps Banned in India and their Alternatives

    The Government of India has again banned 118 new Chinese apps including one of the most popular and controversial apps PUBG. The ban is being imposed by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology under the provisions of the Information Technology (Procedure and Safeguards for Blocking of Access of Information by Public) Rules 2009. The Government claims the apps to be “prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity” of the country.

    List of 118 Chinese Apps Banned in India

    List of 118 Apps Banned in India:
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    Alternatives to Banned Apps:

    1. Alternatives for PUBG and PUBG LITE

    Garena Free Fire – Garena Free Fire is a Battle royal game similar to PUBG. It is a multiplayer game designed for Android and IOS. The game has over 450 million registered users and daily 80 million active users globally in 2020.

    Fortnite – Fortnite is a free to play Battle royal game with numerous game modes for every type of game player. The game had more than 125 million players in less than a year and is highly popular internationally.

    Call of Duty: Mobile – Call of Duty is a first-person shooter video game that was launched in 2003. The mobile game is available for both iOS and Android users. The game also has over 100 million downloads on Google Play and is one of the biggest rivals of PUBG.

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    2. Alternatives for Applock, Hide App, Smart AppLock, Message Lock and Applock Lite

    Norton App Lock – Norton App Lock is a popular alternative for Applock and is made by a popular antivirus provider. It also has an anti-theft feature that takes a photo of a thief or anyone who fails to unlock your phone after 3 attempts. The app is available free to download on Google Play.

    Private Zone – AppLock, Video & Photo Vault – Private Zone is an app that is designed to block anyone from accessing your apps no matter where you are. You can create unlimited profiles and also modify them at any time. It is a go-to protection application for apps.

    3. Alternatives for Ludo All Star

    Ludo King – Ludo King is a popular Ludo app that is easy and convenient to play. The game has a simple user interface and has a version of Snake and Ladder in the game too. It has different game modes like play with the computer, local and friends.

    Ludo Club – Ludo Club is an online multiplayer version of the epic hit board game Ludo. You can play with your friends and family by sending them an invite on Facebook and WhatsApp. The game has a rating of 4.3 out of 5 on Google Play and is free to download.

    4. Alternatives of Alipay and AlipayHK

    PayPal – PayPal provides various payment services that allow you to buy online, send money, or set up a merchant account to sell products online. It is a widely used app by millions around the globe.

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    PayU – PayU payment gateway enables businesses in India to accept online payments with all payment modes including credit card, debit card, net banking, UPI, and more. It is available in more than 17 + countries and is easy to use too.

    Google Pay – Google Pay is a free mobile digital wallet platform and an easy online payment app that is used by millions around the globe. It enables users to make payments with Android, iOS, tablets, or watches. The app is completely safe and secure to use.

    Hence these are some alternatives of the banned application in India. What is your view on the ban also let us know what you want to see next on our website?

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