Koo was launched in 2020 and since then the Indian Koo microblogging platfrom is now the second-largest one in the world
IT News Nigeria:
Koo, which recently clocked 50 million downloads, also has a bird as its logo — but it’s yellow. One of its unique features, however, is that it allows users to communicate in at least 10 languages.
Commenting on its success, Koo’s co-founders shared that Koo is the only social media network competing with other global giants, such as Twitter, Gettr, Truth Social, Mastodon and Parler, while they are not going to stop at this point: Koo is eager to boost its audience further by adding more new global languages and expand to new geographies.
“Since the launch, our users have believed in us. Not only have they given us the opportunity to grow and drive digital expression in regional languages, but have grown with us by engaging in meaningful conversations on the platform. This is true empowerment for the common citizen. We will continue to invest in our product with a user-first mindset and further drive digital independence for users in India and across the world. Till now we have been available in many countries, but now we are happy to invite a larger global audience to our platform and enjoy a more immersive experience,” Aprameya Radhakrishna, CEO & Co-founder said in a press release.