According to information received from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, two messaging apps like WhatsApp in India are being tested in the beta phase. They are named Samvad and Sandes, which literally means ‘conversation’ and ‘message’. An official of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said that both these apps are being developed entirely by the Government of India. It is an instant messaging app like WhatsApp.
An official of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology said that both these apps are being developed entirely by the Government of India. It is an instant messaging app like WhatsApp. According to media reports, it will work like WhatsApp. At the same time, the government is also working on the GIMS-government instant messaging app. Only Indian government employees will use it for mutual communication.
Sources said, “This requirement has been felt for a very long time within the government to have our own free and self-owned instant messaging service app. So the process of developing these apps started long before the current WhatsApp controversy. It was done. ”He said that the biggest advantage of this app would be that our data would not be stolen and would not be used for commercial gains like big technology companies.
The report said that behind the creation of this app is data security. Both these apps will not prevent data theft.
Work is being done on beta testing
It is not yet clear whether the government will bring both dialogue and message or will bring one of these apps. It is a beta test.