TikTok stayed inaccessible for download on both Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store on Thursday – a day after the Madras High Court’s Madurai Bench lifted the prohibition on the short video-sharing app.
TikTok still not available In India After the Ban
Sources in the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said that official correspondence to the technology companies would be made after it gets the court order.
The IT service had before asked that Google and Apple obstruct the app following the Supreme Court’s refusal to remain the Madras HC’s call for a prohibition on the app on April 3.
Choosing the case documented by backer Muthukumar, the Madurai Bench on Wednesday cleared its between time request prohibiting the app, subject to conditions that explicit videos won’t be transferred on it, falling flat which disdain of court procedures would start.
Possessed by Chinese organization ByteDance, TikTok cases to have more than 120 million monthly dynamic clients in India.
A look for the app on Google Play Store and Apple’s App Store on Thursday did not yield any outcome. While Google and Apple wouldn’t share any official proclamation, the organizations would almost certainly reestablish the app just when they get an official mandate repudiating the boycott.
TikTok would not share anything over what it had said on Wednesday.
“We are glad about this decision and we believe it is also greatly welcomed by our thriving community in India, who use TikTok as a platform to showcase their creativity,” TikTok had said.