After Patanjali SIM cards, Baba Ramdev launches ‘Kimbho’,messaging app
“Kimbho is a real messaging app and empowered private and group chat with free phone and video calling. It has dozens of amazing features to share text, audio, photos, videos, stickers, quickies, location, GIF, doodle and more,” reads its description on Google PLay Store.
Kimbho is the Sanskrit term for “How are you? What’s new?” Just like WhatsApp, one can either send direct messages or create groups. Apart from this, one can form broadcast lists, follow celebrities and also send doodles.
Patanjali Communication, as mentioned on the Play Store, claims the app is fast and powered by advance socket technology which ensures instant, real-time messaging. Also, every message sent is encrypted by AES. Kimbho supports ghost chatting, auto delete messages.
Apart from this, the Patanjali Communications on Google Play store wrote about Kimbho’s privacy feature that it saves no data of users on their servers or cloud.
The app can also be personalised by creating themes. Users can pick their favourite wallpaper and get fresh experience every time. The app currently has 1000 plus downloads and is 22 GB in size.
Yoga guru Ramdev on Wednesday launched a new messaging application called Kimbho under his flagship company Patanjali.
Patanjali’s spokesperson SK Tijarawala tweeted, ‘Now Bharat will speak. After launching sim cards, baba Ramdev has launched a new messaging application called Kimbho. Now Whats App will be given a competition. Our own #SwadeshiMessagingplatform. Download it directly from Google Play store.’
Kimbho application is touted to be a competitor of the messaging app WhatsApp. The tagline of Kimbho is kept as ‘Ab Bharat Bolega’.
Earlier on May 27, Ramdev launched Swadeshi Samriddhi SIM cards, in alliance with Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL).
Initially, only the employees and office bearers of Patanjali will be able to avail the benefits of the SIM card.
After its full-fledged launch, people will get discount of 10 percent on Patanjali products with this card.
This year, Patanjali Ayurved Limited has also been ranked as India’s most trusted Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) brand in the TRA’s Brand Trust Report 2018.
Baba Ramdev took to his Twitter handle to make the announcement as he wrote, “Patanjali is India’s number #1 trusted FMCG Brand accordingly to The Brand Trust Report, India Study 2018 #BTR2018 – @TRA_Research.”
#पतंजलि ने #किम्भो एप मात्र 1 दिन के लिए प्ले स्टोर पर ट्रायल पर डाला था। मात्र 3 घंटे में ही 1.5 लाख लोग इसे डाउनलोड करने लगेेेे। हम इस भारी व उत्साहजनक रेस्पॉन्स के प्रति आभारी हैं।
Technical work is in progress &#KIMBHO APP will be officially launched soon @yogrishiramdev pic.twitter.com/hbcq8qpiPS
— tijarawala sk (@tijarawala) May 31, 2018
The Patanjali Ayurved Limited was established in 2006 by Ramdev, along with Acharya Balkrishna, with the objective of establishing a science of Ayurveda in accordance and coordination with the latest technology and ancient wisdom.
Earlier this year, Yoga guru Baba Ramdev in a massive push for online availability of Patanjali Ayurveda’s products announced partnership with eight e-tailers.
Patanjali Ayurveda had tied-up with Amazon, Flipkart, ShopClues, bigbasket_com, 1mgOfficial, Grofers and NetMeds
These partnerships with etailers will be in addition to its own portal patanjaliayurved.net, where the company is selling its products online.
Some of Patanajali’s products are already available on several online platforms through various other sellers but this would allow the Haridwar-based firm to systematically place its range of products.
Patanjali had also announced to venturing into solar equipment manufacturing. Besides FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) segment, Patanjali Ayurved is present in other sectors such as education and healthcare.
Apart from these there are lots of controversy going on social media about kimbho as security issue and Pakistani actress photo and on KIMBHO app
— Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadejaaaa) May 30, 2018
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