Koo App vs Twitter app

From social media, Television to all news platforms, the Koo app has been talked about a lot these days. This app has been seen as an alternative to Twitter. The important thing is that the Chinese investors whose money was invested in it, their equity is now being sold.

This is the reason that the app is getting tremendous responses from users in India. In the last 1 week, 1 million users have been joined this app. At the same time, the total number of users on the app has exceeded 4 million.

As we see there is a dispute between Twitter and the government these days. The Indian government has told to block around 1400 Twitter accounts associated with the peasant movement. Since then, a dispute has started between the two. So, the Koo app is getting the benefit of this dispute.

The Koo app was launched a year ago, but it has received huge headlines only in the last few days. Union ministers Ravi Shankar Prasad, Railway Ministers Piyush Goyal, Kangana Ranaut, Anupam Kher Anil Kumble, Shivraj Singh Chauhan, along with many other popular people shared information on social media as soon as it was downloaded, its installation accelerated.

Now many people are joining Koo app by uninstalling Twitter. Koo app is available in many Indian languages ​​including Hindi, Kannada, Gujarati, Tamil, Telugu, and Marathi. According to data analytics Statista, the number of Twitter users in India is around 17 million.

Koo app won the self-sustaining App Innovation Challenge held in August 2020. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also encouraged Indians on Television to use the Koo app in the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ tv show. After this talk, the app has again come into the discussion.

Now, Chinese investors are exiting their equity in Koo’s parent company. The Co-founder and CEO of the Koo app, Upameya Radhakrishna said that other investors have expressed a desire to buy a 9% equity in Chinese investors.

The Koo app is an Indian micro-blogging app that was developed by the incomparable Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawatka in March 2020. Koo app a micro-blogging social platform similar to Twitter. In this app, users can share their views and opinion. Also, users can share videos and photos on the Koo app. Users can chat with each other through its messaging features. The app is available for free to download from Google Play store.