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Patanjali’s Kimbho messaging app is here with a trial version

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If you sighed in sadness when Patanjali’s messaging app Kimbho, which literally translates into ‘what’s new?’ in Sanskrit disappeared from the Google Play Store a few months ago, here’s some joyous news for you.

The trial version of the app is now available for download again from the Google Play Store, and the app will officially re-launch on 27 August.

We tried downloading the app and it did hang a few times. But since this is the trial version, guess the slow interface will improve after a few trials.

Here’s a screenshot of the error:

The app, which is a direct competitor to the Facebook-owned Whatsapp has similar features including voice and video calling. In addition to that, it has video conferencing and collaboration and promises a very dubious privacy policy in the trial version.

The policy states that the company will not use the phone number for commercial use but might share personal information to improve the Kimbho messaging service.

On a side note, the emojis are still square blank boxes that haven’t loaded on a OnePlus 6 phone:

The homegrown messaging app was taken down in May faster than when you can do a complicated yoga pose.

Stay tuned for the full review of the app when it launches on 27 August.

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