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Xiaomi Mi Browser Pro banned in India among many other Chinese apps

There have always been a border disagreement between the Chinese and the Indian government for years now. The tension however grew a lot further after 20 Indian soldiers were left dead following a deadly non-weapon clash with the Chinese soldiers along the disputed borders.

Indian has however retaliated by targeting Chinese companies operating in the country. There have been a lot of campaign to boycott China products. The Indian government also banned a total of 59 Apps in June, stating national security as the reason for the ban. The list of affected Apps included the popular Tik-Tok, WeChat, Cam Scanner, Uc Browser, Shareit, Mi community and many more.

Now, latest report has it that the Indian government is further expanding its ongoing ban on Chinese Apps and one of the latest affected App is Xiaomi' Browser app called "Mi Browser Pro - Video Download, Free Fast & Secure". 

Xiaomi has however responded to this latest development. The company stated that it will be in talks with the India government on this issue, it also further stated that it will continue to comply and adhere to all data privacy and security requirements under the Indian law.

The Xiaomi Mi browser Pro doesn't come pre-installed on Xiaomi phones as it has to be downloaded from the playstore. Although it has however been taken down from Google playstore in India. This ban isn't expected to have any negative impact on Xiaomi smartphone's performance. Also, the Mi browser (not the Mi  browser Pro) which is the default pre-installed browser App on Xiaomi phones is not affected by this ban and user can continue to use that version.

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