Mitron, the homegrown short-form video sharing app, has launched Atmanirbhar Apps on Google Play as a platform to uncover apps made In India for various companies and desires. Atmanirbhar Apps appears to be like to take ahead Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative, offering a fast portal for indigenous apps to customers. The app provides suggestions primarily based on classes like enterprise, e-learning, information, well being, procuring, video games, utility, leisure, social, and extra. As of now, Atmanirbhar Apps is barely out there for downloads on Android units.
Atmanirbhar Apps is on the market totally free on Google Play. It permits you to discover and uncover over 100 Indian apps made by native builders. It additionally has the choice to take the Atmanirbhar Pledge to help Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative began by Narendra Modi. The app requires no registration, and as soon as downloaded, it straightaway throws up suggestions of all of the Indian apps a consumer can obtain. This consists of Aarogya Setu, BHIM, Narendra Modi app, JioTV, DigiLocker, Kaagaz Scanner, and even IRCTC Rail Connect.
The checklist reveals the dimensions of the app, the variety of Indians who’ve put in it, and a quick description of what the actual app does. The obtain measurement of the Atmanirbhar Apps is 12MB. Currently, the platform claims to host greater than 100 apps and plans to convey the overall up to 500 by the top of this yr. The platform hosts a wide selection of apps from classes like e-governance, utility, agriculture, gaming, leisure, life-style, e-learning, and extra. It appears to be like to allow visibility of lesser identified apps like Atmanirbh Kifayat, Grocit, Jain Thela, Home Shoppy, YourQuote, Vridhi Stores, Xploree AI Keyboard, mParivahan, and extra.
Clicking on the Get App button subsequent to the steered apps redirects you to the Google Play itemizing of that app, from the place you’ll be able to then obtain. No plans have but been introduced to launch Atmanirbhar Apps on iOS platform.
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