Another initiative from the side of India will be going to happen in recent days. if we talk about the direct matter then Union Minister Piyush Goyal tweeted to joining a homegrown Twitter alternative titled Koo. The new development comes amid a tussle between the government and Twitter over content censorship during protests by farmers in India. Launched in March last year, Koo has a Twitter-like microblogging experience in Indian languages. The motive to create this app is to make Aatmanirbhar Bharat (self-reliant) to challenge the entire world by making India self-reliant. All the people are very eagerly waiting for the upcoming app to use for a better experience.Twitter Alternative Koo Indian App How To Sign In Log In Features & More

The app is similar to Twitter that allows following individuals and users will also able to write messages, send audio, video files to make their experience more friendly. The Cabinet Minister Piyush Goyal said, “I am now on Koo, Connect with me on this Indian micro-blogging platform for real-time, exciting, and exclusive updates. Let us exchange our thoughts and ideas on Koo”. Apart from Goyal, Koo has other politicians including Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad and Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa.

Let us tell you that the app has also accounts of various government ministries and departments. You will get many accounts like the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY), the Central Board of Indirect Taxes (CBIC), the National Institute of Electronics and Information Technology (NIELIT), the India Post, MyGovIndia, Digital India, and National Informatics Centre (NIC), among others. Also, Koo is one of the four apps that Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced during his radio program Mann Ki Baat. Also, Koo was joined by many followers of Narendra Modi and also many names are followed by Narendra Modi.

Apart from Koo, another alternative of Twitter named Tooter got the high attention of users but it does not get much success. Now, many people are regularly attracting to the new app named Koo and want to join it. Many reputed personalities and common people as well joined the app to get something new while using an alternative to Twitter. The government reportedly told the Twitter platform to remove more than 1,000 accounts that spread misinformation and inflammatory content over the months-long agitation. So, if you want to know more details about the app then stay tuned with us.


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