Moj App is from which country? Everything You Need to Know About Moj App

Moj App is from which country

With TikTok getting banned in India, many similar apps were launched in the market to replace it. If TikTok was your ideal platform to connect with followers, Moj App is going to come as a surprise to you as it works the same as the latter app. Also, you don’t have to worry about its origin? Keep reading as at the end of this article, you’ll have all your doubts solved. 

What Is Moj?

Moj is a short video app like TikTok that allows creators to record short videos up to 15 seconds where they can sing, dance, talk, or just lip-sync. The app made its debut in India on June 29 2020 soon after the government announced a ban on TikTok. It successfully gathered over 10 million downloads within a week of its launch. 

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The downloading size of the app is 60 MB and is rated for 12 years+ users. In order to cater to most of the Indian audience, it has been made available in 5 languages including Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada, Odia, Bhojpuri, Assamese, Rajasthani, Haryanvi, and Urdu. However, the app doesn’t support the English language so if you’re someone who also makes videos on English songs, you’ll have to switch over to some other app. 

The app is not only confined to making videos but that you can also make use of a number of special effects, stickers, and magical emoticons to make your videos look more engaging. 

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Who are the developers of the Moj app?

Moj app is founded by Ankush Sachdeva, Bhanu Pratap Singh, Farid Ahsan and developed by ShareChat which is an Indian social media platform from Mohalla Tech Pvt Ltd. Anyone from Google Play Store or Apple Store can get the app for free on their device. 

How to use Moj?

Once you download Moj on your device, the app will ask you to select your language preferences. Next, you’ll see a homepage where at the right-corner lies a button with multiple options. Here, you can directly share videos from popular platforms like WhatsApp, Twitter, and various others. Just below the sharing option is the upload button from where you upload videos from your smartphone’s gallery. Once you select a video, the app opens to an array of stickers, emoticons, filters, and more. 

Now let’s take a look at how to create content on Moj:

Step 1: Open the app and tap on the + icon at the bottom of the screen.

Step 2: Next, click on the option of Sound which you’ll find at the top. There, you can add a song or dialog to your video.

Step 3: Now, a playlist of music will be displayed to you. Select the one you wish to make your video on. You can even select music directly from your device by clicking on My Sound.  

Step 4: After that, you’ll see a lot of options on your screen such as flip, speed, beauty, filters, effects which you can add to your video.  

Step 5: Now you can start recording your video by clicking on the video button.

Step 6: Once you’re done recording your video, you can post it right there.

How to earn from Moj?

Well, there are many strategies that you users incorporate to make money from this popular video making platform. However, the easiest and most fruitful way would be to promote the brands that approach you. 


Is the MOJ app Indian?

Yes, Moj is an Indian app. Apart from Hindi, the app also supports 14 other languages.

Is MOJ app banned in India?

No, the government has only banned Chinese apps and Moj being an Indian app cant get banned ever for that matter. 

Which app came in place of TikTok?

Moj App was one of the many apps that were developed in TikTok’s replacement.


So this was all about the Moj app. I hope all your doubts related to the app are cleared now. If not, then you can reach us out in the comment section below and ask your questions related to the app there. Also, if you found the information listed in this article useful, then do share it with your friends, colleges, and all those who use the Moj app. 

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