Now Say No to China App - How Can We Boycott Chinese App?

In this time of crisis, there is the responsibility of every citizen to say no Chinese app. It is not only the word but it reflects in our action also. No one can do this without the knowledge of a list of apps presents currently in the Google play store. Now, look at some Chinese apps that are present for android and ios operating system. Now Say No to China App – How Can We Boycott Chinese App? .

Now Say No to China App - How Can We Boycott Chinese App?
Now Say No to China App – How Can We Boycott Chinese App?

Popular Chinese Apps in India and World ?

TikTok – This app faces a lot of controversies. And most of us know that the app was made by a Chinese developer, Bytedance.

PUBG Mobile – The PC version of this game was developed by a subsidiary of a Korean game developer, Bluehole. But the Mobile version of the game was developed by Tencent Games, which is a Chinese developer.

Helo – It comes in pre-install on most smartphones. The application was developed by Bytedance.

SHAREit, Xender – The most popular media sharing apps were also developed by Chinese developers.

UCBrowser – It is one of the most popular web browsers on android after Google chrome. And this too was born in China.

Some Other Popular Chinese Apps Are Listed Below:

  • Kwai
  • LiveMe
  • Bigo Live
  • Vigo Video
  • BeautyPlus
  • CamScanner
  • Clash of Kings
  • Mobile Legends
  • ClubFactory
  • Shein
  • Romwe
  • AppLock
  • Club Factory
  • VMate
  • Game of Sultans
  • Mafia City
  • Battle of Empires

There are lots of apps that are not listed above but present in the play store. And the amazing fact is that Google ban in China but Google can’t able to ban Chinese apps.

Now, we discuss on Can we boycott China? Most of us face this question some of the time. But the fact is that the contribution of Chinese firms in our economy is beyond our thinking. Currently, we only boycott China on social media platforms. The sale of the Redmi phone is out of stock in just 50 to 90 seconds. It’s proof of how much we addicted to Chinese products. Most of Indian startups are sponsored by Chinese firms. According to a report, estimates Chinese technology investment of $ 4 billion in Indian startups.


Here’s List of India’s Start-up Company funded by Chinese Investors:

  1. Paytm


It is an electronic payment and e-commerce company based in India. According to sources, it is the first Indian company to receive funding from Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba.

  1. Hike Messenger

Hike Messenger

 It is an instant messaging service for smartphones. And the funding led by Chinese Internet giant Tencent Holdings and Foxconn Technology Group of Taiwan.

  1. Snapdeal 



It is considered as one of the largest e-commerce companies in the country. Its investors are SoftBank, Kalaari Capital,  Nexus Ventures, and eBay Inc. And the SoftBank Group has the largest shareholder in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.

  1. OLA



It is the mobile base transportation company. The Chinese company Didi Chuying (Didi Kuaidi) has the largest investor.

  1. GOIBIBO and Make My Trip


IBIBO and Make My Trip


It is one of the largest online travel company. And recently bought the Ibibo Group. Naspers (South African Based) and Tencent (Chinese investment holding company)  collectively held a 91% and 9% stake in Ibibo respectively.

  1. Flipkart


It is an e-commerce company (now owned by Walmart). It has raised funding from Tencent Holdings Ltd, eBay Inc., and Microsoft Corp.


  1. MyDermacy


It is an online health and wellness online service Company. The funding led by Cyber Carrier (recently invested in Zoomcar and IndiaLends).

Now, Is TrueCaller a Chinese app?


TrueCaller a Chinese app


Then the answer is No. Truecaller is developed by True Software Scandinavia AB, held in Sweden and founded by Alan Mamedi and Nami Zarringhalam in 2009. Initially, it was only for windows mobile but the later on also developed for android. The app holds the features of caller-identification, call-blocking, flash-messaging, call-recording etc.

Now come on the one of the popular game is FreeFire. Is Freefire a Chinese app?


FreeFire. Is Freefire a Chinese app

The answer is No. It is developed by 111 dots studio incorporation with Garena. Garena is a Singaporean company.

According to sources, there are almost 11,443 apps from Chinese publishers. This is the huge number and they still published more and more apps.



China’s central bank has bought 1.01 per cent stake in HDFC. They increase their presence in the market. We can’t stop those just putting banners and all these. There is a need to stop them from our market. They reach to us through the market. And we don’t know but most of us are addicted to their products due to cheaper than the local market. The government should take steps so that we become self-dependent.

If we just say no to China app then it only become banner not more than that. We should encourage our local developers so that they also develop world-class apps. We can’t fight with them on a single hand. All the fields give their collective support so that we should make better products for us.

There is a need that people’s only buy products from the local marketer. It’s only possible through their will power.

Let’s take the example of one of a viral post of Japan and America. It claims that after the US dropped a nuclear bomb on Japan they can’t able to sell their single needle because Japanese citizens boycott goods made in the United States. And then post ask the same thing to do with Indian citizens. We clear you that it’s a false claim but we learn a lesson at least from this false claim. We also boycott the Chinese products not only at the time festival but all the time. Just support our local marketer. And it’s also the duty of government to encourage the locals so that they can stand in front of the Chinese firms.

At last but not least we only want to boycott Chinese products as much as everyone can do. Your little contribution is bigger for someone else. Because according to the old saying ”If we take care of small things then big things will take care themselves.”


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