Changa Video sharing app crosses 2 million on play storeSeptember 7, 2020
There has been a big gap in the short video category on the web, so our team started working on an app which could fill in Tik Tok’s shoes. Company named BITCS released an app “Changa” on the Play Store. It was received by good response from the users and it has a good rating of 4.4 stars and has grossed more than 1 Million downloads. The developers of the app are proud of the response and the overall app development that is done by the team.
The brains behind this app, Mr. Shubham Aggarwal is an Ex employee of Microsoft and Amazon is very proud of the response and the millions of downloads & reviews. The founder of BITCS, the company that developed Changa. He also has plenty of work experience which makes him the perfect player in this wide playground of internet and apps sector. The Internet spectrum is hard to capture but Mr.Shubham is progressing towards it with full throttle.
The Changa App has a very special feature that it can add existing videos for edit on the app and then can later be posted. You can even share Whatsapp statuses and also has the new Tik Tok linking feature which makes it a very unique app. With Changa, you can access your, now dormant, TikTok account and can use your old videos on TikTok that you couldn’t otherwise. Therefore, those who used to create content on TikTok and had a fan base, can once again regain their fan base by using their TikTok account. This feature is a first in its category and you can expect moe such features in the future.
We are proud to note that our team rose to the occasion and we were able to provide a viable alternative to tik tok for the Indian market.
Changa 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 fashion of short videos on social media was not even in spotlight till the 2016, then Musically was launched and it took the world into it’s palms. People started making short videos as influencers and hobbies which had quite an impact on the world’s internet usage. Afterwards it was taken over by Tik Tok which blasted the whole internet spectrum with it’s millions of downloads and overwhelming ratings.
But the app was always surrounded with allegations of stealing the data of its users. It was suspected that TikTok was selling the data to Chinese government. Not taking any further risk, the Indian government decided to ban 59 Chinese apps including TikTok and UC Browser on the account of stealing user’s data. This app will create a new fanbase for the influencing youth in India and will also help the “MAKE IN INDIA” initiative grow further. Capturing markets and helping people unleash their creative self is the target of this app.