Published: August 16, 2018 10:17:26 pm
Patanjali Ayurved & # 39; s swadeshi messaging app Kimbho was removed from the Google Play Store after the second softstart on August 15th. The app will be officially re-launched on August 27, but the trial version has been removed from the Play Store.
Several users cited by IANS reported complaints about the poor implementation of features in the swadeshi messenger app. With nearly 5,000 users who have downloaded the app since the restart, they encountered problems with the app's user interface and complained about the inability to sign up, such as per report. Further reports reveal that the Kimbho app is registered under "Social Revolution Media & Research Pvt Ltd." A Beebom report quotes that it does not have its own active website and that the current domain with a country ID (.se) for Sweden goes to an inactive Facebook page with only a thousand followers.
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Patanjali's messaging app got serious controversy this year after his debut in May. An anonymous security researcher on Twitter who passes the pseudonym Elliot Anderson claimed that the app consists of vulnerabilities and increased security and privacy concerns. After the allegations of Anderson the app was removed.
Although the app is now back on the hit list, Yoga-guru Ramdev's Patanjali Ayurved has announced that it will re-launch the Kimbho app with "new and advanced features." The official launch is scheduled for August 27, 2018 Patanjali spokesman, SK Tijarawala said the app will be launched in the presence of Baba Ramdev, Balkrishna Acharya and Minister of Economy Nitin Gadkari.
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