Mitro App Available again on PlayStore: Google



The country-made Mithro App, which has been the subject of much debate recently, will be available again on Google Playstore.

Tech giant Google has made this clear, having recently been removed from PlayStore. Sameer Samat, vice president of Android and Google Play, said it will be re-added to the Google PlayStore.

Sameer Samat said, "Our team, along with the App developer, have asked us to resolve the issue.

Recently, a campaign was launched on the social networking site about the ban on China apex in India. Especially when there was a cry of tick talk. Against this backdrop many have unlocked Tick Talk. This is why MitroApp was popular.

Google has also commented on the 'Remote China App', which was born as part of its campaign to ban Chinese app use in India. The decision is being taken, Sameer Samat said.
The country-made Mithro App, which has been the subject of much debate recently, will be available again on Google Playstore.

Tech giant Google has made this clear, having recently been removed from PlayStore. Sameer Samat, vice president of Android and Google Play, said it will be re-added to the Google PlayStore.

Sameer Samat said, "Our team, along with the App developer, have asked us to resolve the issue.

Recently, a campaign was launched on the social networking site about the ban on China apex in India. Especially when there was a cry of tick talk. Against this backdrop, many have unlocked Tick Talk. This is why MitroApp was popular.

Google has also commented on the 'Remote China App', which was born as part of its campaign to ban Chinese app use in India. The decision is being taken, Sameer Samat said.
The country-made Mithro App, which has been the subject of much debate recently, will be available again on Google Playstore.

Tech giant Google has made this clear, having recently been removed from PlayStore. Sameer Samat, vice president of Android and Google Play, said it will be re-added to the Google PlayStore.

Sameer Samat said, "Our team, along with the App developer, have asked us to resolve the issue.

Recently, a campaign was launched on the social networking site about the ban on China apex in India. Especially when there was a cry of tick talk. Against this backdrop many have unlocked Tick Talk. This is why MitroApp was popular.

Google has also commented on the 'Remote China App', which was born as part of its campaign to ban Chinese app use in India. The decision is being taken, Sameer Samat said.

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