Dubshoot nears 1 Million downloads after ban on Tiktok
With the Duet feature on Dubshoot, a user can sing, mimic, and dance to make entertaining videos.
After the ban on Chinese apps in India, millions of users got disheartened due to the prohibition of the largest entertainment platform, TikTok. A similar application, known as Dubshoot, has come into existence. It is an innovative platform by Hyderabad’s mTouch Labs, allowing users to entertain India’s audience.
Dubshoot is emerging as an effective video-sharing platform for Indian citizens who like to make videos in their regional languages. Nearing a million downloads on the Google Play Store, this application is slowly emerging as a new sensation. More than fifteen thousand new videos are being uploaded on this platform daily.
It is a dub-making and video-sharing app, i.e., an excellent replacement for various foreign apps. After the ban of TikTok, many people have downloaded this platform for making small video clips and to entertain themselves. People are posting positive reviews on Google Play after installing and using the app. Users can create and share their unique and entertaining video content for fun. There is no scope of getting boredom as one can scroll the feed for hours.
P Venkateshwar Rao, CEO and Co-Founder of mTouch Labs said, “Many people have shifted their interests from Chinese to Indian apps. There is a massive rise in the number of downloads of this application in June. The download rate is increasing at a rapid pace.”