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TikTok Becoming Most Downloading App !!Security Could be at Risk- Report

Video Creating and Sharing App TikTok has become most downloding App in India surpassing other Free Social Media sites including Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. As per official report from “The Sensor Tower” which provides market intelligence and insights ranked the China based TikTok app as most downloading Mobile platform app including at iOS & android platforms. The app in terms of downloads at Play Store has surpassed other Social Media giants including Facebook, Instagram & Twitter. 

TikTok Most Downloading App in India 

The Sensor Tower which releases enterprise-level data on mobile apps and publishers through Store Intelligence, Ad Intelligence and Usage Intelligence also revealed that for TikTok, India is the biggest market for the video sharing company. As per data released of September month TikTok gained close to 60 million installs worldwide, whereas 44 percent of downloads came from India. Based on App data provided by The Sensor Tower- Tiktok topped the position in terms of most downloads and Facebook remained second most downloading and Installed app.

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Whereas as per report published for entire Quarter3 in terms of Downloading WhatsApp Topped the list again. WhatsApp came out as the most downloaded app in Q3 of 2019 with close to 184 million first-time installs. WhatsApp has been the No 1 downloaded app each quarter since Q3 2016, when Pokémon GO took the top spot. 

Top Five Downloading Apps in India 

1 TikTok 

2 Facebook 

3 Instagram 

4 Likee 

5 Snapchat 

TikTok Security Latest News

TikTok most Downloading App

In USA report is published to investigate the TikTok app by US Intelligence Agencies. As per new Report from US - “TikTok is a potential counterintelligence threat we cannot ignore”- said Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, a Democrat from New York. Whereas Republican Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas has also written a letter to Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire in regarding TikTok Security. 

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