New Delhi: Amid rising tensions on the Indo-China border, people are boycotting Chinese products and apps. In this link, the popular Chinese app TIK TOK is also being boycotted. A new app CHINGARI has been launched in Teva to compete with this app. More than 5 lakh people have downloaded it on Google Play Store in just 72 hours. This is rapidly gaining popularity among users.
What is special in this app
Spark is a video sharing application that allows users to upload and download videos. It also has the facility to chat with friends. Users can interact with new people as well as share content. In it WhatsApp can use new creativity with statuses, videos, audio clips, gif stickers and picture.
In addition to English, the app supports 9 Indian languages such as Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil and Telugu. It may be mentioned here that this app has been developed by Bengaluru based developers Biwatma Nayak and Siddharth Gautam.
With the launch, this app has become very popular among the users. Google is trading on the Play Store. It has been downloaded more than 5 lakh times in just 72 hours. The app currently has a user rating of 4.6. It can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.
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Chingari app, which is being touted as a replacement "Indian alternative" to TikTok, has crossed over 25 lakh downloads on Google Play store. consistent with the corporate , the app reached the newest milestone of 25 lakhs downloads from roughly 6 lakh downloads in only ten days. The short video-sharing app has largely favourable reviews with a mean rating of 4.7 out of 5. The app is additionally available to download via Apple App Store where its average rating is of three .9 out of 5. Recently, another TikTok rival, Mitron app crossed one crore downloads on Google Play store.
What is Chingari app?
The Chingari app is brief video-sharing platform founded by two Bengaluru-based programmers, Biswatma Nayak and Siddharth Gautam. The app was first launched on Google Play in November 2018 while it debuted on iOS in January 2019, a corporation representative told Gadgets 360.
Similar to TikTok, Chingari app is liberal to download and allows users to look at or upload short videos on the platform. Users can watch the video by scrolling up or down, without signing in. Users, however, are required to login to love or upload videos. Additionally, the app is out there in multiple languages, including English, Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil, and Telugu.