On one hand, tensions between India and China continue to increase, on the other hand, the process of banning Chinese apps is going on from the Modi government. Many apps have been banned and many are in the queue to be banned. Amid rising tensions with China, PM Modi has given the slogan “self-reliant India,” due to which Indian versions like banning apps have started coming into the market. Many Indian versions of popular apps like Tik Tok have already come on the market, and now Twitter has also launched an Indian version of its i.e. Koo App with features like Twitter.
‘Koo’ App Launched
The language-based microblogging platform is now slowly growing in India. Meanwhile, Koo App has been launched which will give the platform to the Indian people to share their ideas in their own language. According to a report, most people in India still prefer to speak in their own language rather than English. In such a situation, a platform like Koo App can be very important, where people will be able to chat with others in their language.
How Does This App Work?
This app is very similar to Twitter. In this, things can be posted, as well as photographs and videos can be attached. Apart from commenting on other posts, you can also follow them. In this, you get the option of three audio, video and text.
Launched in 4 Languages
Apart from Hindi, the company has launched Tamil, Kannada, and Telugu languages on this platform. At the same time, the company will also include languages like Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Assamese, Bangla, Malayalam, and Oriya on its platform. The company has made this app available for both Android and iOS.
These Celebrities have Joined ‘Koo’
On this platform of the company, many people are already associated with politics, news publications, celebrities. Former Indian cricketers Anil Kumble from the Koo app, Renuka Shahane, Ashutosh Shahane and Dharma Guru Sadguru from the film world, and Karnataka Deputy CM Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan are already connected.
App Launching in India Continuously
The closure of the Chinese app has opened up a lot of opportunities in the app world in India. Modi has inspired the younger generation to create Made in India apps by giving a slogan of being self-reliant. Within 6 days of the ban on Chinese apps, India’s startup community has launched several video sharing and lifestyle apps, whose users have grown by 5 times.
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