- Mitron App is now back on Play Store after it was removed.
- The App was removed because it violated certain guidelines of Google.
- Mitron App developers have redesigned the app.
Days after Google axed the Remove China App and Mitron App from Play Store, the Mitron App is now back on Play Store. The so-called Indian alternative to the Chinese-video-making app Tiktok was removed on June 2. The App was removed because it violated certain guidelines of Google.
As per Google's guidelines, the apps that are not unique in nature or the apps that provide the same experience as the other apps to the users are not allowed on the Play Store. The Mitron app was a blatant copy of TikTok and this was one of the reasons why it was removed from the Play Store.
Talking about bringing the app back on Play Store, Google said in a statement, "A number of recent app removals received particular attention in India and we wanted to clarify our actions. Earlier this week, we removed a video app for a number of technical policy violations. We have an established process of working with developers to help them fix issues and resubmit their apps. We've given this developer some guidance and once they've addressed the issue the app can go back up on Play."
"Mitron is a free Short Video and Social Platform based out of Bengaluru, India. It is designed for people to showcase their innovative videos inline with our theme of light humor. Mitron provides an easy and seamless interface for users to create, edit, and share their videos, and at the same time browse through a library of top videos across the globe.Our mission at Mitron is to create a platform where people can come and entertain themself with small videos posted by people across the globe and at the same time create a social incentive for people to share and create their own videos," the new description of the app on Play Store reads.