Kimbho Patanjali Messenger App
After acquiring the good shares in FMCG market yoga guru “Baba Ramdev” dipping toes in telecom recently with the Patanjali SIM, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev has now entered the digital sector with the launch of a Yoga guru “Baba Ramdev’s” messenger app which is coined as Kimbho Patanjali Messenger App.
This Kimbho the patanjali Messenger app, which is being called the India’s first messaging app, was launched on 30 May in New Delhi. Patanjali spokesperson SK Tijarawala tweeted that the app is a #SwadeshiMessagingPlatform. According to him, Kimbho is a Sanskrit word which means “How are you?”
So they actually looked up what ‘What’s up’ is called in Sanskrit?
As similar to WhatsApp, user can either send direct messages to another person or create new groups to send out messages. Apart from this, one can create broadcast lists, follow celebrities and also doodle using Kimbho Patanjali Messenger App.
Google Play Store describes Kimbho as a real time messaging app. “Kimbho empowers private group chat with free phone and video calling. It has numbers of amazing features to share text audio, photos, videos, stickers, quickies, location, GIF, Doodle and more,” based on description.
Earlier “Baba Ramdev patanjali” tied up with state-run telecom company BSNL or Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited and launched Swadeshi Samriddhi SIM cards on May 27.
After its full launch, people will be given a discount of 10 per cent on baba ramdev patanjali products with the SIM card.
As far as logo is concerned, the logo is pretty much the same as WhatsApp’s. Except the telephone icon in the middle of the chat bubbles in WhatsApp, Kimbho’s logo has a conch in that chat bubble, which assuming that is how people would call each other in the ancient ages.
Though Kimbho is entirely different in terms of the shade green they have used in the logo, a lot punchy and brighter, we must say.
Entering the app, the registration is quite basic like every other platform, you add your number and verify using an OTP sent by Kimbho. After that, all your saved contacts appear in your contact list. Since it is in the beta stage (beta 0.95), it could be missing some details required for messaging apps.
The app’s homepage has three tabs: Chats, Contacts, Activity. In Chat, your chats with your contacts will appear. In the Contacts section, there are contacts and three other features. These include Create New Group, Broadcast Lists, Follow Celebrities, and Kimbho Team.
Currently users are free to send messages to their friends even if they are not a part of the Kimbho, (which is quite a strange). Inside the chat, you can see various options. It includes Quickies (quite a name!), shortcut to Gallery, stickers, voice recorder, and paint. In stickers, there are three sets of stickers. It includes funny caricatures of young aged man, an old middle-aged man and a middle-aged woman.
As per latest information the Kimbho Patanjali Messenger app has launched in his beta version but very soon they will develop and launch new version as well.
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