Koo has become the second largest microblogging site in the world – Sangri Today

Koo has become the second largest microblogging site in the world: its number of users has exceeded 50 million, available in 10 languages

The Indian microblogging platform Koo seems to benefit from the takeover of Twitter by Elon Musk. According to the company’s co-founder, Mayank Bidwatka, Koo has now become the second largest microblogging platform in the world. The number of its users has crossed 50 million (50 million).
Aprameya Radhakrishna, CEO and co-founder of Koo, said that in just 2.5 years, we are now the second largest micro-blog in the world. Our users have trusted us since our launch.
According to the information provided on the company’s website, apart from India, Ku app is currently available in more than 200 countries including America, UK, Singapore, Canada, Nigeria, UAE Arab States, Algeria, Nepal and Iran. Ku is available in 10 languages.
Koo was launched in March 2020 as a native microblogging app. Koo is manufactured by Bombinet Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore. The app was designed by Indians Aprameya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidwatka.
Twitter has 220 million active users worldwide. It has 76 million users in America and 23 million users in India. Around 500 million tweets are posted around the world every day. Twitter was launched in July 2006. It was founded by Jack Dorsey, Noah Glass, Evan Williams and Biz Stone.
Microblogging site Mastodon has also benefited from blue subscription billing on Twitter. The number of Mastodon users is also growing very rapidly. But, in terms of users, it is far behind these sites. According to the Play Store, Mastodon currently only has 5 lakh users.

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Amanda J. Marsh