Curious to know the top 10 Indian apps? This article will throw some light on it.
India had never taken a backseat when it came to adapting foreign inventions or creating our own. Rajiv Gandhi was the first politician to bring computer machines to India amidst criticisms but aren’t we thankful for that? Today, almost all of our work is achieved easily with the help of these modern machines. Fast forward to 2020, ‘applications’ not only has become a part of our smartphones but also our lives. Indians have proved that we aren’t behind when it comes to innovations, and most of the apps that we use are made in India, a term recently in vogue, but it existed before that.
Top 10 Indian Apps You Didn’t Know are Made in India
The tensions on the borders have shifted the focus to these apps that are an integral part of our lives. Why not give credit to Indian developers who have created apps for our daily needs but aren’t applause enough? This article traces the top 10 Indian apps and some honorable mentions. So, let’s get this show on the road.
1. Document Scanner
Lufick has developed the first app on our list of top 10 Indian apps. Document Scanner is an advanced tool that provides basic scanning of photos and documents, along with the options to optimize your PDFs. There are over 50 such tools that make document cataloging hassle-free. There’s a nifty option to print the newly edited/created document directly from the application. Create and scan QR codes; create PDF from A1 to A-6 in the form of Postcard, letter, note, etc. Download it from the link below.
ShareChat is the next app on our list of top 10 Indian apps. It is a short-video platform, similar to TikTok. Millions of users use this app since it supports regional language. The developers have also created the ‘Moj’ application, which also lets users create short videos. Download ShareChat from the link below.
3. MX Player (Beta)
MX Player is my go-to application for watching videos. It’s sleek, has many tools, and adds to your viewing experience. The app was initially developed by South Korean developers but was later acquired by Times Internet in June 2018. The free version also streams content without any extra penny, though you’ll have to bear the pesky advertisements. There’s also a ‘Pro’ version that gets rid of the advertisement, but you’ll lose the free content. Download MX Player from the link below.
4. Swiggy Food Order
Swiggy Food Order is a beautiful app that offers various discounts on huge restaurant names. Find all your favorite food spots online and order them by sitting on the comfort of your couch. The payment methods are versatile, which lets you pay via credit or debit cards, wallets, or even cash on delivery, though the latter is a bit risky in the current circumstances. Download Swiggy from the link below.
The next app on our list of top 10 Indian apps is Zomato. The app is a global brand, covering the daily food requirements of foodies in over 19 countries. It was founded in 2008, and twelve years later, it has become a go-to online restaurant for bachelors, families, and friends looking to have a sound bite. It facilitates over 300,000 restaurants. I prefer Zomato over Swiggy since its discounts are extensive, and I have noticed a tad bit different in food pricing. Download it from the link below.
Flipkart is India’s biggest e-retailer and is the second popular online shopping app, after Amazon. You’ll get some exclusive discounts on its biggest shopping festivals. Buy products from a wide range of variety, with electronics, clothes, etc. Download it from the link below.
The next app on our list of top 10 Indian apps is Myntra. I use this app to buy most of my clothes since the deals are quite sweet. From watches to shoes, this is a shopping hub. Keep an eye on the discounts. If you buy a few items together, you’ll get some great deals and discounts. Download it from the link below.
8. Ludo King
Ludo King is one of the most well-known games in the globe now. Developed by Vikash Jaiswal, this could be the only game where the number of players is equal to that of the now-banned PUBG. It’s an excellent game for a good pastime. Play it during office breaks or when you are very bored. We have all played this game once in our lifetime. The gameplay gets addictive, so play it in limits. Download Ludo King from the link below.
The next app on our list of top 10 Indian apps is MX ShareKaro. Developed by MX Media & Entertainment (known for MX Player), it is a perfect alternative to the Chinese app ShareIt. Transfer all types of files within a few seconds or minutes. Unlike the MX Player, you won’t encounter frequent advertisements. It is claimed to be 200x faster than Bluetooth. Try the app by downloading it from the link below.
Lockdown has forced us to take a second look at our fitness options. Walking is an everyday activity that many of us indulge in to stay healthy and digest food. What if you were rewarded for the number of steps you walk? StepSetGo is the last app on our list of top 10 Indian apps that redefines fitness. You will earn points for walking, and those can be used to purchase products in real life. A lot of brands are partnering with the developers, so that’s a win-win for us. Download it from the link below.
Other Honorable Mentions
Following are some other ‘Made in India’ applications that you might have tried some point in your life:
- Car Run
- Zoho Invoice, Books & Expense
- IRCTC Connect
- Wync Music
- Map My India
- Teen Patti
- Aarogya Setu
- Just Dial
What is the substitute for TikTok?
Roposo, Mitron, Instagram Reels, Triller, etc. are the substitutes of TikTok.
What is the most popular app in India?
Zoom, Instagram, Facebook, Hotstar, WhatsApp are a few popular apps in India.
These are the top 10 Indian apps that carry the ‘Made in India’ moniker. We have used these apps, but we never cared to know which country does the app belongs to. While researching, I was shocked to know that I have been using these apps for years now.
Which app do you use the most from this list? Did I miss any app that is Made in India? Let us know in the comments below.