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Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Indigenous apps will be found in one place

Indigenous apps will be found in one place

The app has many categories of indigenous app including business, e-learning, news

At present, only Android users will be able to download the self-contained app

After the ban on Tiktok, the popular Indian short video app Mitro launched a self-contained app. What is special is that in this app, the user will be able to find apps developed in India according to various services and needs.

The app has indigenous apps in many other categories including business, e-learning, news health, shopping, games, utilities, entertainment, social. Right now the self-contained app will only work on Android devices.

Can be downloaded for free

The self-contained app is available for free on the Google Play Store. It allows you to identify and discover over 100 Indian apps created by your local developers. It also has the option of taking a self-reliant pledge to support the self-reliant India initiative launched by the Prime Minister.

No registration is required in the app. After downloading, a native app appears directly in it, which can be downloaded. It includes many indigenous apps including Health Bridge, BHIM App, Narendra Modi App, Geo TV, Digilocker, Paper Scanner, IRCTC Rail Connect.

All the information related to the app is found

The list contains the size of the app, the number of Indians who have installed it, and a brief overview of how the app works.

The download size of the self-contained app is 12MB. Currently, the platform claims to host more than 100 apps and plans to bring in a total of 500 apps by the end of this year.

The platform hosts many types of apps from categories like e-Governance, Utilities, Agriculture, Gaming, Entertainment, Lifestyle, e-Learning.

It also features popular apps like Self-Reliant Cheap, Grosit, Jain Thela, Home Shoppe, URCot, Virdhi Store, Explore AI Keyboard, M Transport.

Next to the listed apps is the ‘Get App’ button, which when clicked, takes the user directly to the Google Play Store, from where the app can be downloaded.

The company has not commented on whether it will be released on the iOS platform.

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