Desi vs Videshi Apps Koo FAU-G Sandes moj mitron giving tough competition to WhatsApp Google Twitter tiktok

Since the border dispute between India and China, India has banned Chinese apps. India has banned at least more than 200 Chinese apps. Due to this, the number of local app developers in India has increased. These native mobile apps are now becoming quite popular among Indian users. This can be gauged from the fact that there has been a huge jump in users downloading desi apps in India. Even the Indian government is promoting these desi apps. So it will be interesting to see whether these native apps will be able to compete with foreign apps like WhatsApp, Twitter and Google Maps.

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WhatsApp Desi App Sandes
National Informatics Center (IMC) has launched the native version of WhatsApp ‘Sandes’ in India. If you are worried about the privacy policy of WhatsApp, then now your worries will be over. The Sandes app is available for both iOS and Android users. Many such features are available in the Sandes app, which came out in the past, which are given in WhatsApp. In this app, you will get all the features like WhatsApp like end to end encryption, contact sharing, message styling, group chatting, video and voice calls.

The desi app for TikTok and Instagram Reels Moj
Moj app is popular among people. This mobile app can be used as an alternative to Tik-Tok and Instagram Reels. Talking about Moj app, it is a short video sharing app as well as it is a desi app. In this app, users can share their videos as well as watch other’s videos and can also share them. In this, the time limit of the video is 15 seconds. That is, users can make a video of 15 seconds and filter it and share it. Moj App has many videos like Dance, Comedy, Vlog, Food, DIY, Entertainment, News, Funny Videos, Songs and Love Shayari.

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Twitter’s native app Koo
Efforts on the self-reliant India initiative have intensified in the country. The Koo app is said to be the native version of Twitter. It has been promoted by the Union Ministers under the Self-Reliant India Campaign in competition with Twitter. Koo app currently supports Indian languages ​​Hindi, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Gujarati, Punjabi, Oriya and Assamese. It works just like Twitter. Recently a special feature has also been added to this app, through which users will now be able to type messages by speaking in their regional language.

Google Maps’ native app Map My India
Google Maps has eased many problems of the people, but now the indigenous app has come to compete with it, so that you can know the location like Google Map. This indigenous app will be of Map My India. Indigenous company MapMyIndia has joined hands with ISRO to develop an app like Google Map. Based on this data, MapMyIndia will provide services to the people in a digital way through the app.

PUBG’s native app FAU-G
The mobile game app FAU-G, believed to be the native PUBG, has been launched in India. You can download this app from Google Play Store.