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Mitron app removed from Google Play store for violating policy

Mitron app – TikTok’s India alternative – removed from Google Play store (Express photo Sneha Saha) Mitron app — the popular Indian alternative for TikTok — has been removed from Google Play store on Tuesday. The app had over 5 million downloads.

As of now, neither Google nor Mitron has revealed details about the removal of the application from the Play store. However, chances are strong that the app has been taken down due to the security issues that indianexpress.com and other media houses reported earlier this week.

If you have the Mitron app already downloaded on your phone you will still able to use it but we suggest you don’t as the app comes with several vulnerabilities as we reported earlier. Mitron app has been in the news for all the wrong reasons of late. The app owner Shibank Agarwal, a student of IIT Roorkee, bought the source code of the app from a Pakistani coding company Qboxus and rebranded the app as Mitron and launched in India. Before officially launching the app in India Agarwal and his team ‘t even customise the coding or change the privacy Policy.

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