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A week after being banned by the Madras High Court which prompted Apple and Google to remove the application from their particular application stores, TikTok has been issued a lift in ban of its video sharing application. The Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court has reversed its ban on TikTok, hence permitting the application to come back to Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store.
TikTok in India was no longer available on Google play store and App store. TikTok has been issued a lift in ban of its video sharing application. Not long ago, a petition was filed in the Madras High Court refering to ban the application from the nation, for encouraging pornography and unlawful content. The court at that point restricted the application and furthermore disallowed the media from broadcasting the videos made using TikTok.
In any case, the Chinese organization said that it had removed more than 6 million videos that disregarded its rules.
While the application wasn’t accessible on the App Store and Play Store for seven days for which it was banned, the exclusion just kept new clients from downloading the application, as clients who had already had the application were able to use it.
TikTok as of now has 300 million users in India with more than 1 billion worldwide downloads. The application is being used by 120 million active users in a month.