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TikTok removed from Apple, Google stores

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Social media app TikTok has been removed from the app stores in a bid to curb downloads after the government ordered to block as many as 59 apps owned or backed by the Chinese. A search for the app done on Tuesday morning showed no results on both Apple Store and Google Play Store. Govt on Monday “blocked” as many as 59 apps, including popular ones such as TikTok, UC Browser.
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