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43 more Chinese mobile apps banned, full list here

The government of India has banned 43 more Chinese mobile apps on Tuesday under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. This is the third such ban and takes the number of Chinese applications so far banned to 220. The prominent apps hit under this latest ban are Alibaba Workbench, AliPay Cashier, AliExpress of the Alibaba Group and WeDate and CamCard.   

The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY) said in a statement that these apps were engaging in activities which are harmful to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India, the security of the state and public order.

Here is the full list of mobile applications banned by the government of India.

1. AliSuppliers Mobile App

2. Alibaba Workbench

3. AliExpress – Smarter Shopping, Better Living

4. Alipay Cashier

5. Lalamove India – Delivery App

6. Drive with Lalamove India

7. Snack Video

8. CamCard – Business Card Reader

9. CamCard – BCR (Western)

10. Soul- Follow the soul to find you

11. Chinese Social – Free Online Dating Video App & Chat

12. Date in Asia – Dating & Chat For Asian Singles

13. We Date-Dating App

14. Free dating app- Singol, start your date!

15. Adore App

16. TrulyChinese – Chinese Dating App

17. TrulyAsian – Asian Dating App

18. ChinaLove: dating app for Chinese singles

19. DateMyAge: Chat, Meet, Date Mature Singles Online

20. AsianDate: find Asian singles

21. FlirtWish: chat with singles

22. Guys Only Dating: Gay Chat

23. Tubit: Live Streams

24. We Work China

25. First Love Live- super hot live beauties live online

26. Rela – Lesbian Social Network

27. Cashier Wallet

28. MangoTV

29. MGTV- HunanTV official TV APP

30. WeTV – TV version

31. WeTV – Cdrama, Kdrama&More

32. WeTV Lite

33. Lucky Live- Live Video Streaming App

34. Taobao Live

35. DingTalk

36. Identity V

37. Isoland 2: Ashes of Time

38. BoxStar (Early Access)

39. Heroes Evolved

40. Happy Fish

41. Jellipop Match- Decorate your dream island!

42. Munchkin Match: magic home building

43. Conquista Online II

The decision to ban these apps was based on comprehensive reports received from the Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs.

Earlier on June 29, 2020, the Government of India had blocked access to 59 mobile, on September 2, 2020, 118 more apps were banned under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act.

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The list of apps that were blocked included popular Chinese apps like TikTok, Shareit, Helo, Shein, Likee, PUBG MOBILE LITE, WeChat Work, UC Browser among others.

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