TickTok app removed from Google play store

Court order: The TickTok App has been removed from the Google Play store
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TikTok Banned In India

The world-famous video application has been removed from the Google PlayStore. This step is to follow the Madras High Court order. The application was banned by the High Court for downloading the application. With this, one of the world's fastest growing markets has been tackled.

The court examined the allegation that the TickTok application encouraged ponography and guided the child to sexual abuse. The Madras High Court had also sought an explanation for this. The apex court had instructed a petition filed by an individual asking him to ban TikTok Banned.

NDTV reports that it was removed from Google Playstore but available on Apple platform. Apple has not yet responded to the unfair removal. At this point, Google PlayStore said it will respect the country's legal system.

TikTok is the only 240 million downloadable application in India. This application, created with dangerous challenges and controversies, has created controversy. This app is owned by Chinese company Bytance Technology.

Bytesdon had challenged the High Court order. But the Supreme Court has directed the case to be returned to the high court. Bytance's claim was that the High Court verdict was against the laws of the country.

The next hearing is on April 24th.

The TikTok App has been removed from Google Play Store

The world-famous video application has been removed from the Google PlayStore. The action was taken following the Madras High Court order.

The High Court has directed to banned the download of the tiktok application. The court examined the allegation that the TikTok application promoted ponography and led to child sexual abuse. The Madras High Court had also sought an explanation for this.

The court's decision came in a petition filed by an individual asking him to ban TikTok


NDTV reports that it was removed from Google Playstore but available on Apple platform. Apple has not yet responded to the unfair removal. At this point, Google PlayStore said it will respect the country's legal system.

TikTok is a 240 million downloadable application in India. This application, created with dangerous challenges and controversies, has created controversy. This app is owned by Chinese company Bytance Technology.