Indian Army banned 89 Apps, Facebook and PUBG are also included, see list


A few days ago, the Indian government has banned 59 Chinese apps. Chinese apps that the government has banned include apps such as TicketLock, Halo, and CamScanner. After the Indian government, the Indian Army has now banned 89 apps. The Indian Army has instructed its soldiers to delete 89 apps from smartphones. These apps include the names of apps such as Facebook, PUBG, Instagram, and TrueColor. Let's know in detail ...

According to news agency NI sources, in the guidelines issued on the app ban, the soldiers have been asked to delete the dating apps like Tinder and news apps like Dailyhunt. These apps also threaten the security of the nation and are likely to leak data. Let's see the list of these apps

Messaging app-we chat, QQ, Kik, ooVoo, Nimbuzz, helo, Qzone, sharechat, viber, line, imo, sno, to tok, hike

Video hosting- tiktok, likee, samosa, kawai

Content Sharing - Shareit, Xender, Zapya

Web Browser - UC Browser, UC Browser mini

Video and live streaming- liveme, bigolive, zoom, fast films, vmate, uplive, vigo video,

Utility Apps- CamScanner, beauty plus, true caller,

Gaming apps-pubg, nono live, clash of king, all tencent gaming apps, mobile legends

E-commerce-club factory, ali express, chinbrids, gearbestt, banggood, miniinthebox, tinydeal, dhhgate, dx, ericdress, zaful, tbdress, modlity, rosegal, shein, romwe

Dating apps-tinder, trulymadly, happn, aisle, coffee meets bagel, qoo, okcupid, hinge, badoo, azar, bumble, tantan, elite singles, tagged, couch surfing

Antivirus - 360 security

Social media- facebook, baidu, instagram, ello, snapchat

News apps- News dog, daily hunt

Book reading - pratilipi

Women's special app-heal of y

Lifestyle app-popxo

Lifestyle app-popxo

Knowledge app-vokal


Blogging-micro-blogging-yelp, tumblr, reddit, friendsfeed, private blogs