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Soon after TikTok was banned, over a dozen clones sprang up to fill the market void left by the app.

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However, the growth in downloads slowed to a measly 2% in September over the same month last year, according to the data shared by app analytics firm Sensor Tower. Before the ban, TikTok downloads in the first six months of the year grew 85% from the year-ago period.

Bengaluru: Chinese short-video app TikTok remained the most downloaded app worldwide in September, beating Zoom, Facebook, and WhatsApp, three months after India, its largest market, banned the platform for allegedly being a security threat.However, the growth in downloads slowed to a measly 2% in September over the same month last year, according to the data shared by app analytics firm Sensor Tower. Before the ban, TikTok downloads in the

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