Short Video making app Mitron has once again returned to the Google Play Store. A few days ago, the app was accused of technical policy violations. Now Mitron has made a comeback with the UX update. According to a report, the app’s landing page says that the UX has been replaced and that video uploads and app crash issues have been corrected.
Before the app was removed from the Google app store, the app had gained great popularity in less than a month, which you can only imagine that the app was downloaded by 50 lakh people to their smartphones. Just like the Mitron app, Google has recently removed the “Remove China Apps” app from the Play Store, which helps delete Chinese apps from your Android device.
According to a report, Sameer Samat, vice president of Android and Google Play, had reported that the video app was removed due to several technical policy violations and Google had asked them to resolve these issues.
A media report also said that Mitron app had not made any changes to the original source code after Indian developers bought it from Pakistani software company Qboxus. The app was developed by Shivank Agarwal, an IIT Roorkee student, and the company Mitron Tv Pvt Ltd was registered with the Ministry of Corporate Affairs from Bengaluru on May 31.