Irfan Sheikh, founder and CEO of Qboxus, the maker of TicTic app, told News18 Told That he has sold the source code of the app to the maker of Mitron for $34 i.e. around Rs 2,500. Shaikh further explained that his company sells the source code, which allows buyers to customize the app. He said in Network 18, (translated) “There is no problem with what the developer has done. He has given money for the script and used it, which is fine. But, the problem is with those people who are telling this to be an Indian-made app, which is not completely true, as the developers have not made any changes in this app.
friends The identity of the creator of the film is still not confirmed, though reports state that it was made by a student of IIT Roorkee. The Mirton app developer’s web page on Google Play takes you to a website shopkiller.in, which is a blank page.
As per most of the reviews the app has received, the actual experience of this app is full of bugs. The surprising thing is that users reporting bugs have also rated the app higher in the review and the reason behind this is that the app is Indian. So now that it comes to the fore that this app has been bought from a Pakistani developer, it can definitely cause a drop in ratings.