The Mitron app, which has become a topic of discussion among users these days, is being promoted as the Indian alternative of the TikTok app, created by an IIT student. However, this is not true. In fact, the company behind the Mitron app has bought it from a Pakistani developer.
According to media reports, the entire source code of the Mitron app was purchased from the Pakistani software developer company, Qboxus. That includes the complete set of features and user interface, as per the Qboxus founder and CEO Irfan Sheikh. His company sold the source code of its app to the promoters of Mitron for $34 (Rs 2,600 approximately).
Mitron app is a Pakistani TikTok app clone for India
In an interview with News18, Sheikh said in a statement, “We expect our customers to use our code and build something on their own. But Mitron’s developer has taken our exact product, changed the logo, and uploaded it on their store”. He further said, ‘We have no problem with what the developer has done. They pay and use the script, it is okay to do so. But the problem is that people call it a Made in India app, which is not true. Especially when they have not made any changes in the app.”