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TikTok Regains its Place as most downloaded non-gaming app in Dec 2020

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TikTok Regains its Place as most downloaded non-gaming app

Chinese short video sharing app TikTok, which has been in the information with boycotts in certain nations and even a danger of a buyout, has recaptured its top situation as the most downloaded non-gaming app across the world in December 2020.

As indicated by information uncovered by Sensor Tower, TikTok was downloaded more than 56 million times a month ago. The best two nations contributing with the biggest number of TikTok downloads were China with 11% followed by the United States at 10%.

In November, Facebook-possessed WhatsApp had ousted TikTok to turn into the most introduced non-gaming app around the world.

It’s important that TikTok was prohibited in India on June 29. After China, India was the top target for TikTok with respect to app presents followed by the US.. Even after a few endeavors by the Trump government in the US to force limitations, TikTok was allowed a primer order in December that forestalled the app from being restricted in the nation.

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TikTok was on the best position regarding the quantity of downloads for a very long time in the whole year of 2020. Video conferencing app Zoom and WhatsApp had overwhelmed the short video app in April and November.

After TikTok, Facebook was the second most introduced non-gaming app overall a month ago with near 50 million introduces. India contributed with 24% downloads followed by the U.S. at 8%.

WhatsApp, Instagram and ZOOM were the other three in the best five most introduced non-gaming apps worldwide for the month.

Since the time the restriction on TikTok in India, over twelve local apps have had the option to make up for the shortcoming and commanded shoppers notice in the previous a half year. ShareChat’s Moj, Dailyhunt’s Josh, MX TakaTak, Glance’s Roposo have arisen as an option in contrast to TikTok in India and have gathered a few million downloads since the prohibition on the Chinese app.

These apps have likewise figured out how to raise huge rounds from tech monsters, for example, Google. While Dailyhunt and InMobi’s Glance raised their new adjusts drove by Google, Twitter-supported ShareChat additionally is in talks with the Alphabet-claimed organization and Snap Inc. to raise a $200 million round at a valuation of over $1 billion.

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