The competition to make up for the shortcoming made by a few Chinese-birthplace short video sharing applications, including TikTok, has likewise helped a grasp of clone applications to corner snappy downloads in the previous two-three months in India.
While countless TikTok clones are now in the Indian market, Chinese short video application Snack Video has become the most recent illustration of copycats picking up downloads. According to data sourced from Sensor Tower, an application called SnackVideo (made by Snack Video Status) has assembled in excess of 10 million downloads since the blacklist of the primary application by the Indian government.
On November 24, the Indian government had impeded 43 more Chinese-cause applications, including Snack Video, AliExpress and DingTalk. In any case, the new clone of Snack Video has had the option to clock more than 10 million downloads from India during the time of November 24 to December 12.
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The Sensor Tower information additionally mirrors that the new application (SnackVideo) has been overwhelming the Google Play Store top outline for as far back as six days and was the top free application in the nation since December 9.
The application permits viewing, downloading, and sharing videos via online media including WhatsApp and Facebook.
Local short video applications, for example, MX TakaTak, ShareChat’s Moj and Dailyhunt’s Josh have additionally kept up their situation in the Play Store’s best 10 diagram and recorded 15.8 million, 8.3 million and 7.8 million downloads individually since November 24.
Other than SnackVideo (Snack Video Status), there are many clone applications accessible on the Android Play Store with a comparable name to Snack Video.
It’s important that Snack Video was the most noteworthy downloaded application among all short video applications in India before the boycott. Created by Kuaishou Technology, it was downloaded more than 35 million times from October 23 to November 22. During a similar period, driving short video sharing applications from India, for example, Josh, Moj, MX TakaTak and Roposo recorded 12 million, 8 million, 7 million and 1 million installs individually.