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'Koo' App launches new feature 'Talk to Type' for 22 Indian languages

The special thing is that this feature supports all the regional languages ​​of the country.

Yogita S.

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Published on 5 May 2021 9:04 AM GMT

Koo App launches new feature Talk to Type for 22 Indian languages
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New Delhi: A new feature has been added to Twitter's native option 'Koo', through which users can now send their messages by speaking. This feature has been named 'Talk to type', and now users will be able to type the message by speaking.

Koo 'Talk to Type' feature:

The special thing is that this feature supports all the regional languages ​​of the country. That is, typing on a smartphone will no longer be required to write a post. Koo says that this feature will prove to be of great use for those who have to face problems in typing the local language. And users can speak and type in their language only.

Koo is the first social media platform to launch this feature. This feature users will not get on Facebook, Twitter or any other global platform.

Desi twitter of India:

This app currently supports Hindi, English, Kannada, Telugu, Tamil, Bengali and Marathi languages. The company claims that 'Koo' is the world's first social media platform to feature 'talk to type' in all these regional Indian languages.

India's Atma Nirbhar App:

The challenge given by the Government of India last year was to make Koo App winner in Atma Nirbhar Bharat. Koo co-founder Mayank Bidawatka has said that this feature has been created keeping in mind the creators of India. For information, let us know that Koo was launched as a micro-blogging platform in March last year.

It was created as a micro-blogging platform in Indian languages. Users on Koo cannot message any unknown Kuo user and if you want to message someone, then you have to take permission from them.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

She covers current News topics, keeps the audience updated with Buzz around the world. Also a PR Enthusiast.

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