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Tik Tok banned: Download Chingari on Android and iPhone

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Indians have hurried to download social application Chingari, a desi option in contrast to Chinese TikTok, which is seeing about 1 lakh downloads and more than 2 million perspectives for each hour since the administration prohibited 59 Chinese applications over national security concerns.

As of now downloaded more than 3 million times, the application which was established by Bengaluru-based software engineers Biswatma Nayak and Siddharth Gautam a year ago, was drifting at the best position on Google Play Store, outperforming Mitron application, a TikTok clone stage.

The Chingari app is available on both Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

How to download Chingari on Android and iPhone

  • Open Google Play Store or App Store on your smartphone
  • Type Chingari App
  • Tap on it and choose the Install option

That is it! After this, you can begin making and sharing your own short recordings.

Chingari permits a client to download and transfer recordings, visit with companions, collaborate with new individuals, share substance, and peruse through the feed.

The application is accessible in dialects including English, Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu.

A Chingari client gets the chance to get innovative with WhatsApp status, recordings, sound clasps, GIF stickers, and photographs.

Chingari additionally pays its clients dependent on how popular the substance maker’s video becomes.

For every video a client transfers on the application, the substance maker gets focuses per see and these focuses can be recovered for cash.

“Since the word spread that Indians now have a homegrown and more entertaining alternative to TikTok, we have been recording traffic beyond expectations on our app,” said Biswatma Nayak.

“As Chingari is setting new benchmarks, a lot of investors are showing interest in our app. We are holding crucial discussions to get a good investor(s) on board so as to scale up our free-of-cost social platform,” Nayak said in a statement.

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