Now, Tik Tok has reclaimed the number one spot as the top free app in the social category on iOS and Android.
The short video sharing platform, TikTok claims to have over 120 million monthly active users in India.
Recently, the Madras High Court passed an interim order banning mobile app citing inappropriate and pornographic content. Deciding the case filed by advocate Muthukumar, the bench vacated its interim order banning the app, subject to conditions that pornographic videos will not be uploaded on it, failing which contempt of court proceedings would begin.
And now, it made a solid comeback and is now the top among free apps listed on both Google and Apple app stores in India.
According to the report, Tik Tok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, has also launched #ReturnOfTikTok the latest brand campaign that is trending with over 504 million views on the app.
TikTok had also set up a team of content moderators in India, which has grown over the last year. These moderators speak a number of regional Indian languages.
Sumedhas Rajgopal, Entertainment Strategy and Partnerships Lead, TikTok (India), said,
We would like to express our deepest gratitude and thank our over 200 million users in India for the overwhelming response, support and love they have shown towards TikTok.
The launch of #ReturnOfTikTok is a testament to our continuing commitment to our Indian community.
We are looking forward to continuing our journey with our TikTok family and actively work towards ensuring a safe and positive in-app experience for our users.
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