New Delhi, July 6
Home-grown regional language social media app ShareChat’s quick video sharing platform Moj has crossed 5 million downloads from Google Play Store in nearly every week for the reason that beta model of the TikTok rival was launched.
The velocity at which this app was being put in even on the testing part solely suggests how massive a vacuum has been created following the disappearance of TikTok from app shops for Indian customers after the nation banned the app, together with 58 different Chinese apps.
The Moj app is accessible in 15 Indian languages — Hindi, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Punjabi, Malayalam, Bengali, Tamil, Kannada, Odia, Bhojpuri, Assamese, Rajasthani, Haryanvi and Urdu.
As of now, on downloading the app one simply wants to pick out the popular language and they’re good to go.
One can flick through the feed on the Moj app and share their favorite movies with family and friends.
According to the outline of the app on the Google Play Store, Moj goals to convey a worldwide group of creators to at least one platform in order that customers can meet “tens of millions of celebrities and talented artists” from world wide on the app and likewise get to make pals with younger folks from their metropolis or neighbourhood.
Among upcoming options listed by the “Made in India” app contains a lot of particular results, 1000’s of stickers, and magical emoticons to your selfies.
It may even have “Magic filters” in order that customers can create music movies with particular results at full sync with the music’s beat, in keeping with the app.
The beta model of the app is at the moment obtainable solely on Google Play Store, however it might quickly be obtainable for iOS units as effectively, in keeping with business sources.