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Chinese Apps Banned in India: Here Are Some Alternatives to Lifestyle E-Commerce Store Shein

The Indian government recently announced a ban on a total of 59 Chinese smartphone apps. The order was issued by The Ministry of Information Technology citing concerns about the security, integrity and defense of the country. Some of the popular apps that will no longer be available for access in India include TikTok, WeChat, Helo, Likee, UC News, Bigo Live, ShareIt, UC Browser, ES File Explorer and Mi Community.

This has led to an uproar among smartphone users especially avid users of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle e-commerce store Shein. While the app as well as the website is currently functional, they would soon be blocked by all ISPs very soon. Similarly, apps like ClubFactory and ROMWE have also been listed among the apps that have been blocked.

Myntra

Currently run by Flipkart, Myntra is a dedicated fashion e-commerce platform based out of India offering a wide range of clothing, footwear and accessories across sizes and age groups. Myntra also offers a wide range of brands with H&M being one of the latest big additions.

Koovs

Koovs is said to offer a nice collection of apparels and reasonable pricing. You can find the latest collection to an exhaustive range of clothes, shoes as well as T-shirts, jeans along with jewelry, watches and much more. The online store is said to have over 100 brands and all are privately labeled.

LimeRoad

A lot of people don’t know but LimeRoad has been around for a while and was launched at the end of 2012. Apart from offering apparel, accessories, shoes, and so on, it also comes with a scrapbook feature that lets you create fashionable looks using your own style sensibilities and share them with people.

Ajio

Ajio, the fashion cum lifestyle brand, is a popular digital fashion extension of Reliance that was launched around 2016. The platform focuses on fresh perspectives on personal styles and it is one of the best online shopping apps in India for clothing. It offers a wide variety of categories including women’s wear, men’s wear as well as kids’ wear as well as a premium range of gadgets and tech accessories.

Jabong

Jabong was a fierce competition to Myntra at one point of time. However, it was acquired by Flipkart via the Myntra division in 2016. The portal sells apparel, footwear, fashion accessories, beauty products, fragrances, home accessories and other fashion and lifestyle products. Notably, one of the co-founders of Jabong is Manu Kumar Jain who is currently the India head for Xiaomi.


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Apple Rejects Facebook Gaming Platform From Coming on App Store For the Fifth Time

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Apple claimed that the App Store rules do not allow third-party apps to distribute games as a separate platform.

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  • Last Updated: June 20, 2020, 1:35 PM IST

Apple has once again rejected Facebook Gaming app on the iOS App Store, as it is a direct threat to the Livestream gaming service Apple Arcade. According to the New York Times, this is the fifth time Apple has decided to reject the Facebook Gaming app.

Facebook team is not surprised by Apple’s decision, as they have been trying to launch the Facebook Gaming app on the App Store unsuccessfully since February. “Games are by far the most lucrative category of mobile apps worldwide. Apple’s App Store, the only officially approved place for iPhone and iPad users to find new games and other programs, generated about $15 billion in revenue last year,” said the report.

Apple claims that the App Store rules do not allow third-party apps to distribute games as a separate platform. The tech giant apparently doesn’t want its own App Store and Apple Arcade business to be affected by allowing Facebook Gaming on its App Store.

The App Store, now in 175 countries and regions, is being visited by over half a billion people each week. Apple Arcade is offering users unlimited access to the entire catalogue of more than 100 exclusive games, all playable across iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Apple TV. “Apple Arcade is adding new games and expansions every month from some of the world’s most visionary game developers,” said Apple.


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Apple App Store Clocks $519 Billion in Business; Zomato, Swiggy And Travel Apps Are Very Popular

The Apple App Store did some rather brisk business last year alone. The numbers suggest that the App Store was responsible for $519 billion in estimated total billings and sales of both physical products and services and digital goods in 2019. This is part of a new study by economic consulting firm Analysis Group. The categories that proved popular included food delivery apps, travel apps as well as ride-sharing apps, particularly in India. Apart from that, apps for music and video streaming, fitness, education, ebooks and audiobooks, news and magazines, and dating services were also very popular.

“The App Store is a place where innovators and dreamers can bring their ideas to life, and users can find safe and trusted tools to make their lives better,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “In a challenging and unsettled time, the App Store provides enduring opportunities for entrepreneurship, health and well-being, education, and job creation, helping people adapt quickly to a changing world. We’re committed to doing even more to support and nurture the global App Store community — from one-developer shops in nearly every country to businesses that employ thousands of workers — as it continues to foster innovation, create jobs, and propel economic growth for the future.”

There is often a lot of chatter about the 30% share that Apple gets from subscriptions and in-app purchase transactions done on the online platform, but of the $519 billion worth of business it created, Apple’s combined share for the 30% cut was just %61 billion.

If we are to break down the structure of the $519 billion the App Store ecosystem supported in 2019, the study suggests that sales from physical goods and services accounted for the largest share, at $413 billion—and this includes virtual marketplaces such as Myntra, Flipkart and Lenskart. The study does not include grocery orders in this.

Travel was still popular back in 2019, before the Coronavirus pandemic hit. Travel apps, including Ixigo, Cleartrip and Makemytrip, accounted for raking in $57 billion. The ride-hailing and ride-sharing apps, including Ola Cabs, comprised $40 billion in sales.

Eating out and ordering food at home were also popular when the world was a better place. The data suggests that the Apple App Store transactions saw food delivery apps, including Zomato, Swiggy and Freshmenu, clock $31 billion in business.

Sales and subscriptions for apps for music and video streaming, fitness, education, ebooks and audiobooks, news and magazines, and dating services comprised of $61 billion.

The Apple App Store has more than 2 billion apps and Apple says half a billion people access it every week across 175 countries. Over the past few years, the App Store has been further diversified for macOS powered Mac computing devices, the watchOS apps for the Apple Watch devices as well as tvOS apps for the Apple TV.


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China Forces Apple to Take Down Two Podcast Apps From Its App Store

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The two apps, namely, Pocket Casts and Castro Podcasts were removed from China’s app store at the request of the Cyberspace Administration of China.

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  • Last Updated: June 12, 2020, 11:26 AM IST

Apple has removed the popular iOS podcast app called Pocket Casts from the App Store in China for allegedly violating the law of the land. In a tweet, Pocket Casts said that it has been removed from the Chinese App store by Apple, at the request of the Cyberspace Administration of China.

“We believe podcasting is and should remain an open medium, free of government censorship. As such we won’t be censoring podcast content at their request,” the company said. It is the second major podcast app to be removed from China’s App Store this month.

Pocket Casts said this means that it’s unlikely that its iOS App will be available in China, “but feel it’s a necessary step to take for any company that values the open distribution model that makes podcasting special”. The app was removed around two days after Apple contacted the developer, reports The Verge. Another iPhone podcast app Castro was recently removed from China’s App Store. Apple was yet to officially comment on the development.



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Mitron App Returns to Google Play Store With Updated Policy and Design

Mitron App Returns to Google Play Store With Updated Policy and Design

The developers of the app seem to have updated the interface as well as the privacy policy, thereby allowing a comeback to the Google Play store.

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  • Last Updated: June 6, 2020, 2:41 PM IST

Mitron, claimed to be India’s answer to TikTok, recently became one of the most popular apps on the Google Play Store. However earlier this week, the app was suspended and removed for violating the Spam and Minimum Functionality developer policies. Since then, it seems that the developers have made some changes as the app has made a comeback and is once again available for download. A report suggests that the developers have introduced new changes and updated the privacy policy.

Google had suspended the app and had released a statement saying “A number of recent app removals received particular attention in India and we wanted to clarify our actions. Earlier this week, we removed a video app for a number of technical policy violations. We have an established process of working with developers to help them fix issues and resubmit their apps. We’ve given this developer some guidance and once they’ve addressed the issue the app can go back up on Play.”

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Mitron App Suspended from Google Play Store, But Other ‘Mitrons’ Have Spawned Already

As soon as Mitron was suspended, a number of other apps of the same nature had started spawning on the Play Store. Searching the term ‘Mitron’ on the Play Store shows apps like ‘Mitron Indian’ by Tools LLC,’ Mitron – India’s Short Video Platform’ by Vee Developer and ‘Mitron’ by Socialeee. These apps were all introduced in late May, having a similar sentiment for not being Chinese and pushing the Indian tag.

In our previous investigation of the Mitron app, we had reported that it was a hastily repackaged version of TicTic – a Pakistani clone of TikTok. Notably, it was also lacking a privacy policy. According to Irfan Sheikh, founder and chief executive of TicTic’s developer Qboxus, the promoters behind Mitron had simply purchased TicTic’s source code via CodeCanyon for $34 (~Rs 2,600), and uploaded it on the Google Play Store in India with their own logo. Everything from the interface to how the app was operated, remained the same. This was a clear indication that the app was anything but ‘made in India’, and since it lacked privacy policies, it also made it a fraudulent app looking to cash in on a prevalent sentiment in the country.




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Wonder Why Google Took Down Remove China Apps From Play Store: Here is The Real Reason

A day after it took down ‘Remove China Apps’ from its Play Store, Google on Thursday said it has recently suspended a number of apps for violating its policy that prohibits the applications from encouraging users to remove other apps.

Google said recent app removals have received particular attention in India, and that it wanted to clarify its actions. It, however, did not name ‘Remove China Apps’ and ‘Mitron’ whose removal from Play Store has grabbed attention in the country in the backdrop of the Indo-China border tension. Remove China Apps’ allowed users to delete Chinese games and other software from their Android smartphones, while Mitron app was being touted as an Indian alternative for China’s TikTok.

Clarifying the rationale behind Google’s actions, Android and Google Play Vice-President Sameer Samat said that when apps are allowed to specifically target other apps, it can lead to behaviour that Google believes is not in the best interest of its community of developers and consumers.

“This is a longstanding rule designed to ensure a healthy, competitive environment where developers can succeed based upon design and innovation…We have enforced this policy against other apps in many countries consistently in the past — just as we did here,” he said in a blogpost.

Samat emphasised that Google Play was designed to provide a safe and secure experience for consumers while also giving developers the platform and tools they need to build sustainable businesses. “We recently suspended a number of apps for violating the policy that we don’t allow an app that encourages or incentivises users into removing or disabling third-party apps or modifying device settings or features unless it is part of a verifiable security service,” he said.

Samat said that earlier this week, a video app was removed for a number of technical policy violations. “We have an established process of working with developers to help them fix issues and resubmit their apps. We’ve given this developer some guidance and once they’ve addressed the issue, the app can go back up on Play,” he added. The two apps — Mitron and Remove China Apps — had drawn millions of downloads in India before they were removed from Google’s Play Store.

Mitron app had over 5 million downloads. It may have been taken down due to security issues. Its owner Shibank Agarwal, a student of IIT Roorkee, is believed to have bought the source code of the app from a Pakistani coding company, Qboxus, and rebranded the app as Mitron and launched it in India. The Pakistani version is called TicTic.

Remove China Apps had become a top trending free app on Google’s mobile app store in India with more than five million downloads since late May. It helped users identify the country of origin for apps installed on the phone, highlighting Chinese ones and suggesting steps for removal. Once deleted, a message popped up saying, “You are awesome, no China app found.”

The app came in the limelight after innovator and educationist Sonam Wangchuk appealed to Indians to boycott Chinese products because of aggression by the Chinese army on the Indian border in the Ladakh region.



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Remove China Apps Banned from Play Store: Did it Violate Privacy, Google Policies?

Remove China Apps, an app that claimed to scan your phone to identify other apps made by Chinese developers, has finally been banned by Google for likely violations of its developer policies. Made by a company named OneTouch AppLabs, Remove China Apps jumped on to the ‘swadeshi’, ‘aatmanirbhar’ and ‘vocal for local’ bandwagons and catapulted itself to popularity, garnering over a million downloads in a brief span of time. However, taking a closer look at the app reveals that there were multiple aspects about the app, as well as its maker, that seemed problematic from the onset.

Privacy credentials

Prior to ‘Remove China Apps’ being banned, a quick look at the one-page privacy document offered against the app raised a number of questions. Beginning with the information that the app collected from its users, Remove China Apps stated that it reads ‘the number of clicks on the app feature’, mobile network code, and detailed information about other apps installed on your phone. It remained unclear if the app read your inputs on your phone to see which apps you are using.

Furthermore, the maker of the Remove China Apps app, OneTouch AppLabs, also stated that all the information that was read by the app was collected by it, and used to “provide you better features and experience”. However, the mode of operation of the app was said to be by comparing a pre-defined list of app and developer names that were flagged as Chinese. As a result, it wasn’t clear as to what “better features and experience” did OneTouch aim to provide to its users. The privacy document also claimed that data collected from the app was used to “improve the app”, which leaves a lot of ambiguity about the app’s practices.

Remove China Apps also does not talk about how it stores user data, and includes no redressal clause in case of a data breach. There is no detail mentioned about where collected user data is stored, either. All of this combined made for an app that would have made for a highly questioned and criticised application, had it not been for the locally manufactured narrative. On this note, even if anti-Google sentiments appear to have been raised online at the time of writing this, it is important that users who had already downloaded the app delete it immediately, since there is little to no clarity on the exact form of data that is collected, and how big a risk to privacy does it represent.

Play Store policies and possible violations

While Google has not clarified exactly which Play Store developer policy did Remove China Apps violate, there appears to be more than one ground that the app may have violated. In the Privacy, Security and Deception category, clauses that Remove China Apps may have violated include failure for limitation of data, certain sections of device and network abuse, deceptive behaviour, spam and minimum functionality, and policy enforcement as well. While the app was not in direct violation of all of these policy clauses, there are multiple sub-clauses that the app appears to violate, which makes it all the more questionable in terms of being trusted.

Ambiguous developer

News18 sent a detailed questionnaire about OneTouch’s identity, the individuals behind the app, and key questions about the app’s privacy credentials. However, OneTouch failed to respond to any of our questions. One of the questions raised by us was about the existence of the company, about which surprisingly little information appears to be available online. A quick check about the developer’s website reveals that its domain was registered on May 8.

However, OneTouch AppLabs, on its website, claims that it has over eight years of history on app development. Yet, further checks on Android’s Google Play Store and Apple’s iOS App Store showed no convincing details. When it was live, ‘Remove China Apps’ was the only app by OneTouch that was seen on the Google Play Store, while no presence of it was seen on Apple’s iOS App Store. This also increases ambiguity in terms of user trust. OneTouch’s website says that it is based in Jaipur but does not offer any further contact details. News18 could not trace the company’s details accurately, further raising doubt.



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Mitron App Suspended from Google Play Store, But Other 'Mitrons' Have Spawned Already

Mitron App Suspended from Google Play Store, But Other 'Mitrons' Have Spawned Already

While the viral Mitron app has been suspended from Android, numerous other apps, with similar interfaces and discrepancies, are trying to fill the void.

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  • Last Updated: June 2, 2020, 2:29 PM IST

Mitron app, which recently went viral by claiming to be India’s answer to the China-based TikTok, has been suspended from the Google Play Store, states a report by CNBC-TV18. According to the report, the Mitron app has been suspended for violating the Spam and Minimum Functionality developer policies under the Google Play Store, although the developers behind the app can challenge the suspension if they have enough grounds to prove themselves.

However, while the ‘original’ Mitron app has been suspended, numerous others of the same nature have already spawned up on the Play Store. A quick check on Google’s app store for ‘Mitron’ shows apps like ‘Mitron Indian’ by Tools LLC,’ Mitron – India’s Short Video Platform’ by Vee Developer and ‘Mitron’ by Socialeee. Each of these apps seem to have followed in ShopKiller e-Commerce’s footsteps by targeting the anti-China and local-made product sentiments. All of these apps were introduced in late May, and have similar reviews praising them for being ‘Indian’. Their interfaces are also cloned from TikTok, hence reiterating the same cloning format that was followed by the initial Mitron app, which skyrocketed in popularity and registered over 5 million downloads in a short span of time.

Earlier, our investigation of the Mitron app had found that not only does the app lack a privacy policy, but is in fact a hastily repackaged version of TicTic – a Pakistani clone of Bytedance’s TikTok. According to Irfan Sheikh, founder and chief executive of TicTic’s developer Qboxus, the promoters behind Mitron had simply purchased TicTic’s source code via CodeCanyon for $34 (~Rs 2,600), and uploaded it on the Google Play Store in India with their own logo. Every other bit, from the interface to how the app was operated, remained the same. This itself signified that the app was far from being ‘made in India’, and with a complete lack of privacy policies, made for a fraudulent app looking to cash in on a prevalent sentiment in the country.

CNBC-TV18’s report states that prior to being suspended, Mitron had updated their privacy policy with a document that was incidentally linked to California’s privacy laws, hence indicating that it had no effect whatsoever in India. As such, there is no reason why a respectable app that claimed to have been ‘made in India’ would have a privacy policy linked to USA’s laws. As of now, while the Mitron app has indeed been blocked, the numerous other clones that have spawned off it remain intact, and no action has been noticed about them from Google’s end.




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TikTok Rating Jumps to 4.4 Stars on Play Store as Google Removes Negative Feedback

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According to a Google spokesperson, the company can take corrective actions to remove inappropriate ratings and comments when it considers incidents of spam abuse.

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  • Last Updated: May 29, 2020, 4:24 PM IST

TikTok has been making headlines yet again but for all the wrong reasons. A couple of weeks back the platform faced backlash due to a controversial video posted by popular TikTok user Faizal Siddiqui. While the video was removed and the user account banned, hashtags including #IndiansAgainstTikTok were surfacing all over social media. This had also led to a massive drop in the app’s rating on the Google Play store going as low as 1.2 stars.

However, it seems that Google is already working on changing that. TikTok is now rated at 4.4 stars which seems to be a result of Google removing millions of negative ratings and reviews. Google has taken down nearly 80 lakh one-star ratings against TikTok from the Play store.

The company has followed one of its guidelines specified in the comment posting policy of Google Play, where users aren’t allowed to manipulate the ratings of an app. Google doesn’t allow users to post similar reviews from different accounts nor does it allow political commentary to be used to justify ratings or give reviews.

According to a Google spokesperson, the company can take corrective actions to remove inappropriate ratings and comments when it considers incidents of spam abuse. Play Store ratings enable users to provide helpful feedback about their experience with apps and content, for the benefit of others to make informed decisions.




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MobiKwik Disappeared From The Google Play Store Because of Aarogya Setu Ads, But is Now Back

MobiKwik Disappeared From The Google Play Store Because of Aarogya Setu Ads, But is Now Back

The MobiKwik app for Android phones does not have the Aarogya Setu app advert now.

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  • Last Updated: May 29, 2020, 9:22 AM IST

Popular mobile payments app MobiKwik disappeared from the Google Play Store for a while but is now back. Thankfully. The reason for why the MobiKwik app was de-listed from the Play Store, albeit for a while, is most likely because the app provides a link to the Aarogya Setu app. At least that is what MobiKwik claimed. Google’s systems perhaps flagged MobiKwik for violating the Deceptive Ads policy that is part of the guidelines for all app developers who publish on the Play Store for Android devices.

While Google is yet to offer an official statement on why this happened, the MobiKwik app has been relisted and is available on the Play Store for the millions of Android smartphones and tablets. Interesting enough, the MobiKwik app for Android phones does not have the Aarogya Setu app advert now. It is likely that the app developers published a new version of the MobiKwik app on the Play Store, after removing the Aarogya Setu app advert, to confirm with the Play Store policies regarding in-app advertising.

Earlier, Bipin Preet Singh, the CEO of MobiKwik had tweeted, “Hey @GoogleIndia @GooglePlay you removed @MobiKwik app from play store because we had a link to Aarogya Setu app. We were asked to do this by regulators (@RBI) and understand it’s in public health interest. You have too much power!”

At the time of writing this, the Google Play Store lists the MobiKiwk version 20.16.4 which was updated and published on May 28. The changelog for the update simply says “Multiple bug fixes and performance enhancements’. In India, digital payments and transactions are gaining traction during the lockdown. MobiKwik is competing with the likes of Paytm, PhonePe, Google Pay, Amazon Pay, WhatsApp Pay and Airtel Payments Bank, to name a few.




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