Now the game of WhatsApp is over, Modi government has launched a new messaging app


Now the game of WhatsApp is over, Modi government has launched a new messaging app



 Taking data privacy is currently a concern for the government and general users.  Recently, the government has planned to take WhatsApp's new data policy only where users are annoyed.  The Modi government has launched its own messaging app for the country.  This app is currently being used by government employees.  But very soon this app will be launched for general users.


 Launch the Sandes app


 The central government has launched a new Sandes app to take away data theft and privacy.  According to media reports, this is an instant messaging app that is currently offered to government employees for use.  This app is also called Government Instant Messaging System (GIMS).


 Only government employees are getting access


 According to the information received, this new app can be accessed from gims.gov.in.  Currently the general public is not allowed to use it.  If one clicks on this site, the message 'This authentication method is applicable for authorized government officials' appears.


 Works on Android and iOS platforms


 The messaging app works on Adroid and iOS.  The report shows that it is designed with the support of Adroid and iOS operating systems.  This app is built just like the new modern chatting apps.  Voice and data can be sent in the chatting app.

ગુજરાતીમાં વાચવા માટે અહીંયા ક્લિક કરો.

 Let me tell you, there have been cases of data theft in the last few years.  However, the central government is asking all internet companies to set up their own servers in India.  But no internet company has decided to take it.  In the last one year, the central government has started taking data seriously.

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