India took a few more steps towards becoming self-reliant. On the one hand, local companies are coming up with one mobile application after another, and on the other hand, India is slowly becoming self-sufficient in social media platforms. And at such a juncture, the massive viral Koo App, which is being called an alternative to the microblogging site Twitter in India. This Koo App was developed by Aprameya Radhakrishna of Bangalore in 2020 10 months ago today. This local alternative to Twitter has already won the Digital India AatmaNirbhar Bharat Innovate Challenge.
A few days ago, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goel tweeted that he had joined the local microblogging platform Koo App. And since then, questions have started to arise among the people of the country surrounding this app. Due to the recent dispute between Twitter and the Indian government, the need for another alternative desi app has also been felt. At the moment, the Center is trying to attract people’s attention in search of a local alternative to all the foreign and popular social media platforms in the country. That’s exactly how a tweet from Union Minister Piyush Goel started with the Koo App. After that, yesterday, the Bollywood actress took to Twitter to express her desire to return to the Swadeshi Koo App.
I am now on Koo.— Piyush Goyal (@PiyushGoyal) February 9, 2021
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The Koo App is already available for both Android and iOS. Many people have even installed native Twitter on their mobiles. Koo App has an official website, which provides all the details about this app. There is writing about Koo App, ‘This powerful app gives the countrymen the ability to share thoughts with different communities in different languages.’
But Piyush Goel is not alone. Several Union ministers have moved away from Twitter to open an account on their local alternative Koo App. That list includes Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, the Policy Commission – all promoting the Koo App on Twitter. That’s why the Koo App has been trending on Twitter for a while now. Many people have downloaded Koo App from there.
How to download Koo App?
This app is completely free and users will not be charged for downloading Koo App from Google Play Store or Apple App Store. First go to Google Play Store and search by typing Koo. In the search option, you will be shown first, ‘Koo: Connect with Indians in Indian Languages’. The app is developed by Bombinate Technologies Private Limited. Please read the app well before downloading. The app has already been downloaded 1 million or 10 million from the Google Play Store.
What exactly are the features of Koo App?
Twitter is exactly the same as Koo App, where you can follow anyone and anyone can follow you. Here you can also share by writing a message. Koo App will also show you the option to share media like photos or videos. The app is available in English as well as Kannada, Tamil, Telugu etc. Koo App has informed that the app will support all the languages of the country in the next few days. Another important feature of the Koo App is that users can write up to 400 characters, which was not the case on Twitter.
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