ByteDance's short video sharing platform Douyin announced on July 18 that due to changing business developments, "Circle," a same-city social networking function, will be closed on July 29.
ByteDance's first online real-time interactive community app named "Party Island" was recently launched.
Internet technology giant Baidu has recently launched a new stranger-oriented chatting app named "Haiquanquan."
Over ten official accounts related to digital collections in WeChat, a social app owned by Tencent, were suddenly banned on Tuesday.
JOYY Inc., a global video-based social media company, on Tuesday announced its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and full year of 2021.
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.
A social media app called Gel, which focuses on virtual images, was published in January and has quickly became the first social app since 2019 to surpass WeChat in the Chinese app store download list.
Beijing-based tech giant ByteDance will launch a metaverse social app, a new search product, and a game community. In addition, ByteDance is now testing short-distance delivery robots.
Chinese social networking product developer Newborn Town announced on Thursday that it would establish a fund in partnership with Spriver Tech Limited and its wholly-owned subsidiary before March 31.
Chinese tech giant Tencent has recently launched a new social app called "doX," a social platform designed for young people with a focus on short videos.
Chinese internet firm Baidu has recently launched a social app called "Xirang" ("land of hope)" on both the domestic Apple and Android App Store, stepping forward along the path of the Metaverse.
Chinese social platform Soul and fitness app Keep are considering an IPO in Hong Kong, several media outlets reported on Wednesday. Previously, both companies suspended their plans to list in the U.S.
Tencent has fixed a bug it found on its popular messaging WeChat on Friday that exposed some social media content to external search engines, such as Bing and Google.
Chinese mobile social and entertainment platform Hello Group Inc. announced on Monday it has changed its name from "Momo Inc." to "Hello Group Inc.".
India has become the world’s fastest-growing mobile application market over the past few years. With more than 1.3 billion potential consumers, the Indian app market is attracting lots of attention as a huge opportunity for app growth. Thus, Chinese apps such as TikTok, Helo, LIVE, UC Browser, backed by China’s tech giants, have managed to gain popularity in India.
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