2020 has turned out to be an unpredictable year, but these 10 Chinese mobile apps have emerged successful in overseas markets, attracting new global users and hitting new DAU records.
The Indian government announced Tuesday to ban another 43 Chinese apps, including Alibaba-backed Aliexpress.
The popularity of smartphones has seen the unprecedented growth of mobile applications. Here we’ve rounded up the most popular free iPhone apps in China.
If you ask me, one of the most curious happenings of recent months, is just how quickly “banning TikTok” went from a “fringe movement” to “quite acceptable”.
TikTok and its Chinese version of Douyin have earned more than $102 million in the global App Store and Google Play.
Bilibili recently launched Bcut (Bijian), its first mobile app for video editing.
Kuaishou is one of China’s largest short video-sharing and livestreaming apps, which has also become a conspicuous power in China's e-commerce industry.
Former Microsoft executive vice president of Artificial Intelligence and Research Harry Shum has been appointed the chairman of the board of local news platform News Break.
The MAU (Monthly Active Users) of Pinduoduo surpassed Taobao in the first quarter of 2020, mobile data and analytics platform App Annie reported Thursday.
Data from app analytic platform App Annie revealed that the number of mobile app downloads has surged during the first two weeks of February in the Chinese mainland market
When it comes to the most popular and used ones in China, there are 7 most popular social media apps you must know for 2020.
QQ Music, the music streaming platform owned by Tencent Music Entertainment, launched a new music recognition app for both iOS and Android.
TikTok, a video-sharing social network owned by Chinese tech company ByteDance, achieved an all-time high in mobile application downloads in the last quarter of 2019.
Tech giant Tencent has released a dating application called Dengyu Jiaoyou.
Recently, Tencent has officially launched an app called "You Ji", with the slogan “record your real life”.