India's Super App fails
Vice president of India, Venkaiah Naidu launched the Elyments app as India’s “super app” to take on the Social Media genre and to fill the big void that has been created by the K.O. of Tik-Tok . The features of the app are similar to those of Facebook and Instagram, you can make connections, share media with each other, click wonderful pictures with the meticulously built-in camera. The “super app” is primarily a locked target on the social media giants like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat etc. with all the features and extensively loaded filter and other social engagement features. As the Google Play Store description reads : “Elyments is a comprehensive social networking app that is literally a one-stop-app for everything you might need. Connect and converse with friends, share updates, network with like-minded people, discover interests, make seamless voice and video calls, and much more with Elyments” “India is an IT powerhouse and we have some of the world’s best-known names in this field. With such a huge pool of talented professionals, I feel there should be many more such innovations out in the future”, said the Vice President of India , Venkaiah Naidu while launching the app which has been developed by about a thousand of India’s best IT professionals.
‘Elyments’ managed to reach more than 1 million downloads in no time but has zero registrations. Why ? Well it is the simplest of all reasons that you can think of ! The OTP verification failed and it’s been over 24hours now and it seems like the Team Elements still doesn’t have the solution as all the complaints flood the social media platforms. Elyments was launched just about 2 days ago to take on the market as India’s homegrown social media application. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a ban on 59 Chinese apps to take a step towards Aatmanirbhar Bharat. In the quest of becoming a self reliant country, many entrepreneurs and app experts have already started to contribute to the Make in India program. But a strong question still persists, are we ready to bhi “Aatmanirbhar” as of yet and how do we move towards the common goal of the country, Make in India ?