- Indian Army has banned 89 popular mobile apps.
- Indian Army banned apps include PUBG and 'All Tencent Gaming Apps'.
- Here is the list of all apps banned by the Indian Army.
The Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps in regard to the rising tensions between the two nations but the list did not include PUBG Mobile. The banned apps included popular games like Mobile Legends. The ban also included some of the giants like TikTok and Shein.
Indian Army bans PUBG along with 89 apps
Now the Indian Army has banned 89 apps which includes PUBG along with some other popular apps like Truecaller and Dailyhunt. However, the point to be noted here is that the Indian Army has banned 'All Tencent Gaming Apps'. Does that mean all apps which have been developed or ported by Tencent Games? Well, in that case, the list of banned apps by the Indian Army should also include Call Of Duty: Mobile. Anyways, the list of apps banned by the Indian Army also includes major dating apps like Tinder, Happn, OkCupid. The list of banned apps also includes major social media apps including Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.
Why has the Indian Army banned 89 apps?
The Indian Army has banned 89 other apps after the Indian government banned 59 apps because these apps were accused of leaking information.