China has become infamous for its anti-world peace activities and there is no denying to the same. And not even the US, now most of the countries have started to believe that. Like ask people where the virus came from, they would say China. Was it spread intentionally? Well, maybe, would be the answer.
Recently, China’s military has begun sending troops to the Actual Line of Control in order to stop India from building a road, which India is developing in its own territory. India, on the other hand, is giving a befitting reply to China both at the LAC and internally too.
Recently, Sonam Wangchuk, whose work inspired Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s ‘3 Idiots’, posted a video on YouTube saying that Indians should boycott everything Chinese to take revenge for rising tensions between India and China.
Like every other county has a weakness, China fears of its cheap products going unsold (which is not possible as of now). Sonam said that India and many other countries buy Indian goods giving them a chance to earn more and invest more in the army.
Soon after Wangchuk’s video went viral, #BoycottChina, #BoycottMadeinChina, #BoycottChineseApps and #BoycottTiktok began trending on social media. Many people, including, Milind Sonam removed Chinese apps like TikTok from their phones.
And now to make it easier for the people to boycott China, app developers, One Touch AppLabs, have made an app called ‘Remove China Apps’ that does exactly what the name suggests.
The app detects the Chinese app on your phone and gives you the option to delete the same.
The app, as of now, has 4.8 ratings on the Android Play Store. It is not available for Apple devices yet. Currently, the app has over 1 million downloads and thousands of positive reviews.
Many people have tried the app and shared their experience on Twitter: