Koo has reached 10 million users in 18 months and is looking at 100 million users next year

Koo, India’s unique microblogging platform, has reached 10 million (1 chlore) users in just 18 months of operation, the company announced today. This shows a significant increase in the user base, indicating that India was in desperate need of a homemade alternative to Twitter, which was raging in the country this year.

Whether it’s the dire relationship between Twitter and the ruling government, or the fact that Twitter is primarily limited to English-speaking users, Koo may have been able to gather a large user base in a short amount of time. But Apramaya Radhakrishna says this is just the beginning and his platform “has not even scratched the surface” when it comes to the growth potential offered by the market.

Currently, the company aims to grow to 100 million (1 billion users) next year.

“Our room for growth is enormous, and we hope to reach 10 to 100 million downloads over the next year and 500 million downloads over the next few years,” said the founder.

This is a big goal, but it’s certainly not unattainable. India’s internet base is growing every day, thanks to the cheapest data rates in the world. This has made India one of the largest markets for technology-based companies. However, due to language barriers, microblogging has not yet become mainstream in the country.

Koo offers a better solution and features in your native language so everyone can speak.

In addition, Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, has several spats with the Government of India.I seem to have things Quiet For the time being, this opened up a chance for Koo to get more users. Support from ministers and Indian celebrities also helped, and now Koo has a user base that is still in its infancy.

The platform also puts a great deal of emphasis on free speech, as Twitter has been accused of unfairly removing posts from both ends of the political spectrum. Koo has reached 10 million users in 18 months and is looking at 100 million users next year

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