Patanjali app "Kimbho" disappears from Google playstore after launch

Patanjali app Kimbho disappears from Google playstore after launch

After flourishing the markets with FMCG products, Ayurveda Guru Baba Ramdev has finally launched his own messaging app under the his brand Patanjali. The launch of the app comes few days after Patanjali along with BSNL tied up to launch Swadeshi SIM cards.

The app which was introduced by Baba Ramdev has stopped working within hours of its launch. The app has been removed from Google Play. Although the reasons of the sudden disappearance is uncertain but a technical issue is being suspected.

The app which is named as 'Kimbho' is a messaging app which will enable users to send text, images, videos, and animations.

Google play description reads: "Kimbho empowers private group chat with free phone and video calling. It has dozens of amazing features to share text audio, photos, videos, stickers, quickies, location, GIF, Doodle and more,"

Explaining the apps name "Kimbho", Tijarawala tweeted, "Kimbho in Sanskrit means What's going on and what's the news."

After long term speculations, Patanjali has finally entered the telecommunication business. However, there are no reports of Patanjali jeans that was making rounds in the news and is supposed to be launched in 2019.






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