Hyderabad, Telangana [India], May 28 (ANI / NewsVoir): Forpose, dubbed India’s first privacy-based social media platform, announced plans to expand into the United States this year, posting launch success beta and greatly recover the southern states of India.
While the debate between prominent social networks like Whatsapp, Twitter, etc., and the government on privacy issues is still ongoing, these unique features of Forpose are a point for other social platforms to consider the customer experience. and their privacy as the top priority.
According to Forpose founder and CEO Salman Khan, “We spent almost a year conducting intensive testing with more than 200,000 users to ensure quality service. With positive feedback from all users, we are now ready to launch the official version. of Forpose “. The beta version of the app was launched in August 2020 and was an instant hit among users. The app not only helps connect people, but also creates business opportunities for the fashion industry. Forpose application features, such as “no screenshots” and enabling / disabling non-follower messages, have helped you create a different league in contrast to other social networking sites.
Commenting on the trip, Khan added: “Throwing Forpose was not an easy feat. In the first round alone, I faced over 500 rejections. But I trusted the app and its features and moved forward to build and With Forpose, I aimed to create a secure space for users to share their content and memories.I remember reading about the rise in identity theft and misuse of images in Forpose. social networking – this is what motivated me to add privacy-enabled features to Forpose.With the release of our official version set this year, we aim to provide our services to over a billion people worldwide “. Forpose Social Network Pvt. Ltd. is a software company specializing in SaaS application development. Forpose: The privacy-based social networking app is slated to launch later this year on Android and iOS platforms.
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