The developer of the Chinese social media app, Momo, has announced that technical issues are preventing users from downloading the app from the Apple's App Store. The company responsible for Momo, Hello Group Inc., is currently in communication with Apple.
Hello Group (formerly known as Momo Inc.), a platform that started as a place to meet strangers, is planning a second listing in Hong Kong.
Chinese mobile social and entertainment platform Hello Group Inc. announced on Monday it has changed its name from "Momo Inc." to "Hello Group Inc.".
Beijing-based social media platform Momo plans to launch an app named Shumei ("raspberry" in Chinese), which will capitalize on young people's sharing and recommending needs.
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Dating and social networking platform Momo saw shrinking revenues and decreasing numbers of paying users in the first quarter.
China's viral deepfake app ZAO has bowed to intense media pressure and published an open letter addressing the concerns and their updated user agreement.
After a three-day viral swarm across the global internet, Chinese deepfake app ZAO is now facing severe backlashes from the public due to privacy concerns.