Here is a list of Indian apps without any Chinese investments

India's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps has been hailed as a 'revolution' for homegrown tech companies. Here are some Indian apps with no Chinese investments.

1st Jul 2020
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List of China-free Indian apps

Indian app

India's decision to ban 59 Chinese apps has been hailed as a 'revolution' for homegrown tech companies. Here are some Indian apps with no Chinese investments.



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Prime Minister Narendra Modi

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