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Alternative To Chinese Apps


After banning Tiktok and 58 other Chinese mobile applications, the government of India has banned 47 more apps. Now, this has led to the growth in the user base of alternate Indian and overseas apps. Let us look at some alternatives.
1. Alternatives of ShareIt.
ShareIt is a file sharing app, suitable alternatives include Files by Google, JioSwitch and ShareAll. Files by Google is a file management app for file browsing, media consumption, storage clean-up and offline file transfer. JioSwitch also lets you share files with other devices offline. You can transfer files cross-platform as well. Shareall is also an offline file sharing app available on both Android and iOS. 
2. Alternatives of PUBG Mobile
PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular battle royal games and has a huge user base in India, with large numbers of Indian youth addicted towards the game. Alternatives are Fortnite, Call Of Duty Mobile and FreeFire. FreeFire is much more user-friendly to play as compared to PUBG. Call Of Duty mobile published by the maker of Call of Duty PC and Console games, Activision and Garena holds true to the legacy of its PC counterparts and is a fun experience. Fortnite is quite similar to PUBG Mobile in terms of gameplay, but with some differences. 
3. Alternatives of CamScanner
CamScanner is a document scanning app, where one can also save the files as pdf or image. Alternatives are Adobe Scan, Microsoft Office Lens, TapScanner and SnapLingo. Adobe Scan comes with a lot of features, but there have been complaints that the app is too heavy for sub 3 GB ram devices. Microsoft Office Lens lets you scan all kinds of documents and export them to Word or powerpoint directly. It even works better for those already into Microsoft’s ecosystem. SnapLingo is a scanner app developed by a Indian Startup named and apart from scanning documents the app can also do Optical Character Recognition and scan QR and barcodes. TapScanner is a good lightweight package as compared to CamScanner and does the job well. 
The ban of chinese apps from the Indian market has created a vacuum, but has also led to the growth of many apps. It is time for Indian developers to grow and showcase their talents.

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