Xiaomi Pulls Mi Music App from India’s Google Play Store

Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone maker, has pulled its Mi Music app from India’s Google Play Store. The app was previously available for download on the Play Store, but it is no longer listed.

A Xiaomi spokesperson confirmed that the company has pulled the Mi Music app from the Play Store. The spokesperson did not provide a reason for the removal, but it is likely due to regulatory concerns.

The Indian government has been cracking down on Chinese apps in recent months. In June 2022, the government banned 59 Chinese apps, including TikTok and WeChat. The government has said that the apps pose a threat to national security.

It is possible that the Xiaomi Mi Music app was banned by the Indian government. However, it is also possible that Xiaomi pulled the app voluntarily to avoid any potential problems with the government.

The Mi Music app was a popular music streaming app in India. It had over 50 million downloads on the Play Store. The app offered a variety of features, including offline listening, personalized recommendations, and social sharing.

It is unclear what will happen to the Mi Music app going forward. It is possible that Xiaomi will relaunch the app in India, but it is also possible that the app will be discontinued altogether.