TikTok is the most popular short video platform. But its rating is getting down for the last few days. So many short video app in the competition of TikTok. Now Mitron app is giving the unpalatable competition to TikTok. Today I am explaining to you about the Mitron app. Read this post till the end to know more about this.
Mitron app is India’s own short video app with over 50 lakh downloads within a month on the official Google Play store. This app has come at a time when TikTok is seriously erupting in the wake of many controversies. Mitron video platform app is also known as the Mitron TV app. It has 4.7 ratings on the Official Google Play Store.
An IIT Roorkee student named Shivank Agarwal released this Mitron app. This app looks like a clone of TikTok and similar to the latter, lets users share short videos across platforms. You have to swipe up and down to browse the various videos on the Mitron app.
According to the Mitron app creator, the app is designed for people to showcase their innovative videos inline with its theme with light humor.
Read the app description “Our mission at the Mitron is to create a platform where people can come and entertain themselves with small videos posted by people from all over the world as well as allowing people to share and create their own videos can also create a social incentive for.
The word Mitron means friends (Dost) in Hindi. This work Mitron commonly used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his speech.
A big controversy takes place between YouTube and TikTok. TikTok ratings are getting down on Google Play after this controversy. While TikTok taking note of the situation and also said that keeping the platform safe was its priority.
Top priority to keeping safe on TikTok. We make it very clear in our Term of service and community Guidelines’ that it clearly outlines what is not acceptable on our platform. As per policy, we don’t allow content to risk the safety of others, promote physical harm, or glorifies violence’s against women. TikTok spokesperson had said in a statement.