Elyments : India’s Own Social-media Networking App Launched
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday launched indigenous social media app Elyments and urged every Indian to adopt Aatma Nirbhar Bharat campaign and help transform local India into a global India during the virtual launch.
Elyments, the homegrown super app, will be available in more than eight Indian languages and can be downloaded from all app stores and Google Play Stores across the world.
“I am happy to note that more than 1000 IT professionals, most of them youngsters, volunteers of Art of Living have come together to create this indigenous app named Elyments. It is available in 8 languages. Ultimately we will make efforts to make it available in all languages so that all the people can use it in their own mother tongue. This is a big step towards an Aatmanirbhar Bharat. I hope this app would prove to be the one desi alternative to the many foreign apps being used by the people today,” said VP Naidu.
The app which is available in eight languages already has over 100,000 downloads on the Google Play Store. Its Official statement on the play store says that through the app users can connect and converse with friends, share updates, network with like minded people, discover interests, make seamless voice calls, and much more.
Elyments has been devised under 1000 IT experts and is touted to be India’s very own social media networking app. The makers of Elyments have designed the app keeping in mind the user’s privacy as one of the primary keys of concern. Nation’s top privacy experts have worked on the app to ensure that all data regarding the users will be stored in India and will not be shared with any third party without the user’s explicit consent.
Elyments, the ‘super app’ has been launched in 8 languages with its vision to combine features of popular social media apps and present it on one platform.
This move is not only being seen as a massive boost to Indian startups and technologies under the country’s ‘Make in India’ initiative, but also a big push to the youth of the nation to come up with such indigenous ideas.