Independence Day 2020: give a place to Made in India short video app in the phone


The whole country is busy preparing for Corona as well as Independence Day. Also, every citizen of the country is moving towards becoming self-sufficient. In such a situation, if you do not want to use the product of any other country, then this news is for you. In this report, we will tell you about five such short video apps that are Indian. Let's know ...

Taka Tak App

Takatak is the MX player app that was launched after TikTok was banned. Through this app, users can create videos and share them on social media platforms just like tick-talk. The app can be downloaded for free from Google Play Store. Its number of users has reached millions.

Moj App

Indian company Sharechat has introduced the Moose app, which is a short video app. It will get features like special effects, stickers, and emotion. Apart from this, this app supports 15 languages ​​except for English. Millions of people have downloaded it from the Google Play Store.

Chingari App

The Sparkle app has received the first prize in the Government of India's self-reliant India App Innovation Challenge. Chingari is the most used short video app in India. On this app, users will get videos like trending news, entertainment, funny videos, love status.

Mitron App

Friends are also an Indian app. Friends app has been prepared by Shivank Aggarwal, a student of IIT, Roorkee. Friends, at first sight, you will see the app as a ticket. In other words, friends can say that TikTok is a clone of the app.

Roposo App

Roposo is one of the popular apps. This app can be downloaded from Google Play Store and App Store. Users can share videos and audio on social media platforms by creating videos and audio like tick-talk in this app. At the same time, this app has downloaded 5 million users so far and it has got a rating of 4.3 points.