Thursday, May 30, 2024

Atmanirbhar app launched by Mitron to promote Indian apps


Mitron, a homemade short-form video sharing app, has released Atmanirbhar Apps on Google Play as a platform for finding apps created in India for a variety of services and needs. Atmanirbhar Apps aims to promote the Atmanirbhar Bharat initiative of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and provide users with a quick portal of indigenous apps. The app provides recommendations based on categories such as business, e-learning, news, health, shopping, games, utilities, entertainment and social. Currently, Atmanirbhar Apps are only available for download to Android devices.

The Atmanirbhar app is available for free at Google play.. You can explore and discover over 100 Indian apps created by local developers. You also have the option to get an AtmanirbharPledge to support the AtmanirbharBharat initiative initiated by Narendra Modi. The app does not require registration and as soon as it is downloaded, you will see recommendations for all Indian apps that users can download. This includes the Aarogya Setu, BHIM, Narendra Modi app, JioTV, DigiLocker, Kaagaz Scanner and even IRCTC Rail Connect.

This list shows the size of the app, the number of Indians who have installed the app, and a brief description of the features of a particular app. The download size for the Atmanirbhar app is 12MB. Currently, the platform claims to host over 100 apps, with a total of over 500 planned by the end of this year. The platform hosts a wide range of apps from categories such as e-government, utilities, agriculture, games, entertainment, lifestyle and e-learning. It seems to enable visibility of lesser-known apps such as Atmanirbh Kifayat, Grocit, Jain Thela, Home Shoppy, YourQuote, Vridhi Stores, Xploree AI Keyboard, and mParivahan.

Next to the suggested app[アプリを取得]With the click of a button, you’ll be redirected to the app’s Google Play list where you can download it. No plans have yet been announced to release the Atmanirbhar app on the iOS platform.

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