Its been a while since Tik-Tok has been banned and its been a sad time for everyone who loved the app, one good thing to come out of it are apps ‘Made in India’ which are pretty good alternatives and provide similar taste of India to go along.
Developed by Bengaluru-based Ver Se Innovation, Josh is designed to work like Tik-Tok. It allows to create short video of lip-syncing to our favourite songs to testing you acting skills to romantic dialogues. Josh offers support for Indian languages including Hindi, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and more.
Developed by the creators of ShareChat, Moj has already garnered over seven million creators on the platform. It allows to create short vlogs on topics ranging from food to sports and has easy to use editing tools and stickers. Available in 15 languages, the app offers support for Assamese, Bengali, Odia, Tamil, and more.
3. MX TakaTak
App designed by MX Media is a similar experience to the Tik-Tok, from the colours to the name. With its quick edit tools, stickers and filters, they have already collected 50 million downloads. MX TakaTak also offers regional language including Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, and more.
Although a little different from the other apps on the list, Public as an app offers you short videos and events in your nearby area with GPS. From sports events to power cuts, this is one of the most handy apps which offers a handful of regional languages such as Hindi, Malayalam, Tamil, and more.
The controversial app that had a lot of issues made its wayback into Google play and crossed one-crore download very quickly. It offers a vast variety of songs to choose from to make your own videos. The hands-free recording is a very handy feature.