TikTok alternatives in India, iiQ8 news
TikTok banned in India – The alternative apps you can use CHINGARI, MITRON and others in INDIA.
Chingari – Original Indian Short Video App
You can search for videos, browse through the feed, make creative videos and share with your friends and family Instantly. It has an array of cool features and is available to download on Google Play Store.
WHAT’S NEW :
-Changed langauge selection UI
-Solved profile picture upload issue
-Fixed video upload issue for android version 10
-Miscellaneous bug fixes
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Make lip sync videos and dance videos with your favorite music, quotes and movies! Dubsmash has the world’s largest selection of sounds from your favorite songs, shows & movies!
Find sounds and create a Dub with your best dance or lip sync & share it with friends! Make a dance video to music clips or join a hot or new challenge in the app.
Mitron is a free Short Video and Social Platform based out of Bengaluru, India. It is designed for people to showcase their innovative videos inline with our theme of light humor. Mitron provides an easy and seamless interface for users to create, edit and share their videos, and at the same time browse through a library of top videos across the globe.
Our mission at Mitron is to create a platform where people can come and entertain themself with small videos posted by people across the globe and at the same time create a social incentive for people to share and create their own videos.
Roposo is India’s favourite video creation and sharing app. Made in India, for India. You can use Roposo app in Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Bengali, Malayalam, Odia and Assamese.
With our free to download India’s best app, you can share videos & images on Whatsapp Status from over 25+ Channels on the platform including fashion, comedy & jokes, homemade healthcare solutions, entertainment, singing, sports, news and many more.
We have channels like: Haha Tv, Bhakti, Look Good-Feel Good, Beats
Initially a purely photo-sharing service, Instagram incorporated 15-second video sharing in June 2013.
The addition was seen by some in the technology media as Facebook’s attempt at competing with the then-popular video-sharing application Vine.