Ticktack App, which has been renamed and trademarked by the company in preparation for its return to India

The most popular short video app TickTalk may make a comeback in India soon. According to the report, Tiktak’s parent company, Bytdance, has filed a new trademark with the Indian Patent Office. The spelling of ticktalk has also been changed in this trademark. Let us tell you that in June last year, the Government of India banned 56 Chinese apps, including Ticktack. Since then, the TickTalk app has stopped working for Indian users.

Does the app come with a new name?
Tipster Mukul Sharma revealed this trademark in his Twitter post. The Post said Beatdance filed a trademark application with the title of TickTalk on July 6. According to Gadgets 360, it is filed under the Trademark Rules, Class 42 of 2002, Class 42A. It includes “Scientific and Technical Service and Related Research and Design; Industrial Analysis and Research Service; Design and Development of Computer Hardware and Software”.

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Talks are underway with the Government of India
According to media reports, Bite Dance is in talks with the Government of India to return Tiktak to India. The company assured officials that it would work to comply with the new IT rules. Not only this, BytDance has posted its chief nodal and grievance officer in India in 2019, which is one of the mandatory instructions in the new IT rules.

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There will be competition for Instagram and Facebook
Let us tell you that the Ticktack app has gained quite a lot of popularity since coming to India. At the time of the ban, Ticktack had about 200 million users in India. 15 seconds of videos are created and viewed in the app, which are various categories including entertainment, technology, education. After Ticktock closed, Facebook and Instagram launched a similar new feature, Reels. But YouTube introduced it in the name of shorts. With the return of Ticktack, Instagram, Facebook and YouTube will get tough competition.

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