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Mitron App Is Back On Google Play Store Just Days After Being Removed

USNMix Report: Mitron App came back on Play Store,
recently it was deleted.

The short video app Mitron app, which has gained more popularity in a very short time, is back on the Google Play store. The Mitron app was removed from the play-store due to a content policy violation. At the time the Mitron app was removed from the play store, at that time there was no privacy policy of the app but now the privacy policy has also been updated.

The Mitron App, which links China's short video app TikTok, can now be downloaded from the Google Play-Store. According to the information given on the play-store, the Mitron app is from Bangalore.

It is designed for those who want to bring their talent to the world. The Mitron app has been downloaded by Google Play-Store so far by more than 5 million people. The app was removed from the play store on June 2. 

Please tell that in a report about Mitron app, it was claimed that this app is originally from Pakistan. Mitron app has been purchased from a Pakistani developers for around Rs 2,500. The real name of the Mitron app was called TicTac and it was said that it was created by Qboxus, a company of Irfan Sheikh of Pakistan.

Irfan Sheikh sold the source code of this app to someone for 34 dollars i.e. around Rs 2,500. Now the problem here is not from the developer and Pakistan, the problem is to promote in the name of privacy and Made in India. The truth is that there is no change in the Pakistani tick app. Only the TicTac has been named Mitron app.

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