NIO intelligent cockpit launches “App Store”, over 40 apps will be available starting tomorrow.
After the launch of the Didi App, China's second-quarter revenue from transportation increased by 57% year-on-year. The average daily order volume in June exceeded 30 million orders.
ByteDance renames “Qingtao” to “Douyin Selection”, escalating Bilibili competition.
Recently, Xiaohongshu's self-owned e-commerce platform "Little Oasis" released a farewell letter stating that it will cease operations and shut down in October this year.
On August 15th, DJI, the renowned drone manufacturer, recently announced that it has discovered some imitated DJI applications on Google Play. DJI officially stated that these apps were created by unauthorized individuals for fraudulent purposes.
On August 1st, several AIGC-related apps, including SparkDesk from iFlytek, were removed from the Apple App Store early this morning.
The popular Chinese app "Xiaohongshu" recently launched a new feature called "Moment," which allows users to publish text-only notes. According to the official WeChat account of Xiaohongshu, this new feature supports the publication of pure text content.
TikTok parent company ByteDance recently relaunched a free reading app called "Hongguo Novel." It is positioned as an app focusing on free novels and audiobooks.
It was reported that at about 17:31 on October 18, the global daily active users (DAU) of TikTok, a world-famous short video sharing app under ByteDance, exceeded 1 billion. Company insiders later responded that the news was untrue.
In August, two apps operated by Shenzhen-based tech giant Tencent were officially shut down. Up until August this year, roughly 10 well-known products or applications have been officially given up by Tencent.
On July 26, news that the Apple App Store in China has many pornographic apps became a hit search on domestic social media.
China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology recently organized a third-party testing agency to inspect mobile applications and put forward rectification requirements for 368 apps found to have infringed on users' rights and interests.
There is a remark widely used for differentiating Web1, Web2, and Web3: Web1 is read, Web2 is read and write, and Web3 is read, write and own.
China's MIIT published a document in response to complaints from web users and media reports that some websites compel users to download an app while browsing the page.
The Indian government on Monday has reportedly banned 54 more Chinese internet applications on the grounds that they pose "security threats."
Cloudflare, an American technology-security company, reported on Monday that TikTok was the most visited internet site in the world in 2021, surpassing last year's leader, Google.
On Wednesday, Baidu released an App called "Wonder" which is aimed offering information services to young people.
In response to this morning's "temporary failure of Meituan Zhongbao App", Meituan Waimai said on its official Weibo account that the failure had been completely repaired as of 10:46 a.m.
According to the announcement from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) on Thursday, a total of 106 apps, including Douban, Changba, Alihuishou and Knews, have been put on a list of apps to be removed.