Koo was created in March 2020 as a micro-blogging platform in Indian languages. This desi app comes with support for different Indian languages.
The Kuo app has announced the launch of the “Talk to Type” feature, which anyone wants to share their thoughts with everyone. He can now do this easily without typing. That is, you speak your thoughts and the words will magically appear on the screen. And all this will be possible at the click of a button and without using the keyboard. This will be possible in all the currently available Indian languages on Ku. This will be called the easiest way to share ideas with people in the original Indian language.
‘Ku’ is the world’s first social media platform to use the “Talk to Type” feature not only in English, but in every Indian regional language available on the app. This feature will make creations in regional languages the easiest for millions of Ku users. Through such a feature, users who feel uncomfortable using the keyboard will be enabled and empowered.
Koo’s co-founder, Amemeya Radhakrishna said that this talk to type facility is magical and takes creations to a great level for regional language creators. Users will no longer have to type long messages using the keyboard. All the users who speak Indian language will now speak their mind on the phone and the words will magically appear on the screen. For people for whom it was difficult to write in local languages, this facility takes away all their pain.
Koo was created in March 2020 as a micro-blogging platform in Indian languages. People of different regions of India can express themselves in their mother tongue on this app available in different Indian languages. In the country where only 10% of the people speak English, there is a great need for such a social media platform that can give an attractive language experience to Indian users and help them to connect with each other. The voice of Indians who like to express themselves in Indian languages provides a platform.
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