Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), Tik Tok banned in India?

by crankypants7
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News broke earlier today that Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), Tik Tok and much more have been banned in India. What were the other apps that were banned? Is PUBG Mobile a part of that list? We take a look.

What’s happening?

According to news reports, 59 apps in total have been banned in India. The list of banned apps include games (like Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB), video sharing platforms (like Tik Tok), social media apps, and blogging sites. The ban applies to both mobile and non mobile internet enabled devices.

What apps are affected other than Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB) and Tik Tok? 


Clash of Kings / Mobile Legends: Bang Bang (MLBB)


Shein / ROMWE / Club Factory

Social Media / Blogging / Forum / Communication:

TikTok / Helo / Kwai / Likee / WeChat / Bigo Live / We Meet / Weibo / Mi Community / Mi Video Call – Xiaomi / Parallel Space / Vigo Video / Hago Play With New Friends / QQ International


CM Browser / UC Browser / APUS Browser / QQ Newsfeed / DU Browser


Newsdog / UC News

Photography / Videography

Beutry Plus / SelfieCity / YouCam makeup / Sweet Selfie / Viva Video – QU Video Inc / Meitu / Cam Scanner / Wonder Camera / Photo Wonder / U Video / V fly Status Video / New Video Status

Email Clients

QQ Mail / Mail Master


DU battery saver / Shareit / ES File Explorer / Baidu map / QQ Music / WeSync / Xender / Virus Cleaner / DU Recorder / Vault- Hide / Cache Cleaner DU App studio / DU Cleaner / Clean Master / Cheetah Mobile / QQ Player / Baidu Translate / Vmate / QQ Security Center / QQ Launcher / DU Privacy

Therefore, that leaves one app in question. What about India’s most famous mobile game, PUBG Mobile? To clarify, no. PUBG Mobile has not been banned in India. 

To conclude, those are a lot of apps to be banned.Some of which are the most popular apps in India. We hope to see this ban lifted soon. Meantime, do also try Garena Free Fire’s Regional Battle Event which is happening right now until the 16th of July.

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