Koo App Latest News Update : India’s multi-language micro-blogging app Koo has crossed 1 crore (10 million) registered users since its launch in March 2020.
Everyone in India is now registering on Koo App – including film stars, politicians, sportspersons, writers, journalists. Also connecting with followers by sharing tweets in eight languages. Between February and August 2021, the downloads of the Koo App have increased significantly.
Koo App crosses 1 crore download mark
A spokesperson of Koo said, Koo was started with the dream of creating a digital platform where millions of Indians can freely express their views and share their views in their preferred language. The response has been encouraging. Koo has achieved 10 million downloads so far. Our growth will be even faster in the future than what we have experienced in the recent past.
We are humbled and excited to pave the way for our homegrown digital companies to go global as India aspires to realise the dream of ‘Aatmanirbhar Digital India’ and unite the nation through technology and languages.
Koo app is available in 8 Indian languages
Born out of the ideas of serial entrepreneur Apramaya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidavatka, the Koo app is now available in 8 languages including Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese, Bangla and English.
Built with the point of view of putting India first, the platform has introduced several technological features that enable more Indians to engage in online conversations, giving them the opportunity to express themselves freely through the platform. get the right.
Koo enables a deeper connection within different language communities by helping users find similar interests in the same language. Koo is committed to thinking of putting India first and will be releasing many facilities for Indians in the next few months.
Koo app will soon be available in Gujarati and Punjabi as well
The Koo app will soon be available in Gujarati and Punjabi languages as well. Currently, the Koo app is available in 8 languages - Hindi, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Assamese, Bengali and English. The Ku App is available in Nigeria and is excited to expand to other countries around the world.
The expansion of languages in the app will give priority to areas where, apart from English, other languages are part of day-to-day conversations.