NEW DELHI: Indians have dashed to download social application Chingari, a desi variant to Chinese TikTok, that is witnessing nearly one lakh downloads & over two mln views per hour from the govt banned 59 Chinese apps over domestic security issues.
Already saved over three mln times, the application that has been founded by Bengaluru-based programmers Biswatma Nayak & Siddharth Gautam previous year, has been trending in the top location on Google Play Store, surpassing Mitron application, a TikTok clone platform.
“From the word spread that Indians as of now have a homegrown & extra entertaining variant to TikTok, we were recording traffic beyond expectations on our application,” stated Nayak.
“As Chingari is setting new benchmarks, a plenty of investors are demonstrating concern in our application. We’re holding critical discussions to gain a great investor(s) on board so as to scale up our free-of-cost social platform,” Nayak stated in an announcement.
Industrialist Anand Mahindra “who never utilized TikTok” has saved Chingari & tweeted regarding it, informing “Extra power to you”.
Chingari allows a consumer to download & upload video clips, chat with friends, interact with new citizens, distribute content, & browse using feed.
A Chingari consumer gets the chance to gain creative with WhatsApp status, video clips, audio clips, GIF stickers, & pictures.
The application is available in languages involving English, Hindi, Bangla, Gujarati, Marathi, Kannada, Punjabi, Malayalam, Tamil & Telugu.
Chingari also pays its consumers on the basis of just how viral the content founder’s video footage become.
For every video footage a consumer uploads on the application, the content founder gets points per see & these points could be redeemed for amount.
The Chingari application is available on both Google Play Store & Apple Application Store
Previously, Sumit Ghosh, co-founder & Chief Product Official, Chinagri Application appreciated the govt’s call to ban Chinese apps.
“For a quite long time, TikTok was spying on consumers & sending back the statistics to China. We’re glad that this step has finally being taken”, he stated.