Mitron is a free Short Video and Social Platform based out of Bengaluru, India. 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. The app is developed by IIT Roorkee student Shivank Agarwal. The app has around 5 million downloads on the Google Play Store in just a month. Mitron is an Indian app which is developed in India  and as part of our mission to build a great experience for our users. It will always remain open to using any open-source code or legally purchased codebase that can be build on top of, in the application. Mitron has an interface very similar to TikTok but it is only available for Android users right now. Mitron  was removed from Google Play store due to violations of Google Play policies.

Google said Mitron violated its “Spam and Minimum Functionality” policy, but later clarified that the tech giant was working with the developer to help them fix issues. Now, just a day after that clarification, the app is back in Google Play. After it is on Google Play, the Mitron app had managed to cross 50 lakh downloads. The app calls itself a ‘free short video and social platform based out of Bengaluru, India’, and its user interface is very similar to that of TikTok. The mission of 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. Mitron became popular in India days after it was launched due to the rise in anti-China of late. Though it has some issues with the privacy policy,  the developers are still working on it to change the privacy policy.

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