Chinese owned TikTok video app was blocked on the App Store and Google Play Store since 18 April on concerns over “pornographic” content as directed by Madras High Court.
Ban was temporary as matter was still under High court hearing.
Madras High Court has reversed its ban on TikTok, allowing the short-video app to return to both Apple and Google’s app stores subject to certain conditions
Though the ban only affected first time users who were looking to download TikTok’s app to their devices . User who already had it installed was not affected by the ban order.
The ban was a major blow to TikTok’s Chinese owner ByteDance .Company claims to have more than 54 million active users in India and the ban was resulting in a $500,000 daily loss & put more than 250 jobs at risk.
TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with special effects and is one of the world’s most popular apps, with approx 300 million users in the country out of over 1 billion total downloads, according to Sensor Tower.
Lets see what future holds with popular App #Tiktok