The unveiling of Patanjali Ayurved's WhatsApp-rival Kimbho app is a topic of debate now as it missed the official roll-out date on Monday. "We will announce new date of official launch asap," Patanjali Ayurved Managing Director Acharya Balkrishna, who earlier this month declared the August 27 launch date, said in a tweet on Monday. Their 'swadeshi' app was immediately taken down from Google Play Store in May due to poor security and performance.
A repaired preliminary variant of the versatile informing application with "end-to-end encryption" returned on August 15. Be that as it may, clients who downloaded the application again detailed a few issues, incorporating issues in setting up profile pictures and griped about poor UI. The protection strategy of the application's preliminary form expresses that the organization won't offer or offer individual data of clients, (for example, the cell phone number) with other outsider organizations for their business or advertising use.
However, it also added that it may share your personal information with third party service providers "to the extent that it is reasonably necessary to perform, improve, or maintain Kimbho Service".
Keeping in mind the complaints, the app developed by Noida-based Social Revolution Media and Research Pvt Ltd again disappeared from the Play Store, only to reappear later. As of Monday, the trial version of the app was downloaded 50,000 times.
"We appreciate your excitement over official launch of Kimbho app. We inform you that trials, review and upgradation is in process to make Kimbho most safe, convenient and secure Swadeshi app of your first choice," Mr Balkrishna tweeted on Monday.