Free Indian micro-blogging platform
Desis can share their personal updates and opinions on Koo. It’s a micro-blogging platform where you can discuss interesting topics with other users that speak the same dialect. It is the Indian alternative to Twitter after several of India’s prominent figures created Koo accounts. Like the social and communication platform, Koo allows you to express your views and opinions on various topics. Whether you use texts, polls, videos, and photos, you can get your voice heard on Koo
Chat, share, and discover
Koo is a social media platform that caters to global desis. The mobile app’s developer, Koo India, aimed to bring desis from different regions into a single app. Through this application, you will be able to make new friends, share quotes and wishes, or even catch up on the latest Bollywood news. This is made possible by the app’s 11 Indian dialects. The social app is fitted with a learning-powered platform designed for Indian smartphone content.
You will find user-generated content in various formats including photos, short-form videos, music videos, and clips. The purpose of the Koo app is to let every Indian share their thoughts and opinions. It’s very similar to Twitter but it focuses solely on Indian dialects, namely: Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, Oriya, and Assamese. Koo was made to cater to an extremely large Indian user-base that does not speak English.
For comparison, Twitter is a global micro-blogging platform that supports multiple languages from around the world. While Koo users can opt to post short-form videos. The app also allows you to use its library of filters and effects on your videos. The editing tools are similar to those of TikTok. You can also use the app’s features to gain followers of your own. Koo creators can use insights to know which content their followers are interested in.
Networking app for Desis
While Koo does not offer anything innovative as far as social networking features go. Its main selling point is that it that allows Indians to speak their mind freely and easily using their own language and regional dialects. The app also allows you to get in touch with prominent figures and agencies. As the user-based of Koo continues to grow, more topics will be covered on the app.