Meituan-Dianping, China’s king of food delivery and lifestyle services introduced a new service succinctly named Meituan Voice in cooperation with the Chinese Association of the Blind.
The Paper has learned from the team of Xiaohongshu (aka Red) that the app has been re-launched in several Android app stores.
HKmap.live, a crowdsourced mapping app used by Hong Kong protesters to navigate the city, avoid the police and keep informed of road closures has been removed from the Apple’s App Store.
Apple informed Chinese app developers who were accidentally overpaid that they will soon be contacted by their bank for a return of the incorrectly issued payment.
Blued, China’s largest gay-dating app for men, is planning a US IPO that could raise about $200 million.
Due to the large number of mobile users and short video’s virus spread on social media, short video industry is seeing booming growth in China.
Chinese short-video app Kwai (Kuaishou) managed to make it to the second place of the ranking with earnings approaching $78 million, a 57 percent year-over-year increase.
Several Chinese short video/live broadcast applications made it into the Top 20 of Apple’s App Store and Google Play in terms of downloads and revenue outside mainland China during the second quarter of 2019.
According to Sensor Tower Store Intelligence estimates, Honor of Kings from Tencent is likely to remain as the top most profitable game globally in the first half of the year.
Kuaishou founders Su Hua and Cheng Yixiao said they are unhappy about the company’s performance and growth.
Just over a month ago news surfaced that TikTok’s music licenses were expiring, which could put the company in a complicated situation.
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If someone hasn't downloaded TikTok, the viral video-sharing app by the Chinese company ByteDance, from the Indian app store, he might not be able to ever use the app.
China’s tech unicorn ByteDance, today announced the launch of Duoshan, a video-based social messaging app in Beijing.
Recently Meituan-Dianping and WeChat both came under fire for privacy and security related scandals.