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Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday launched the Elyments app

Vice President Venkaiah Naidu on Sunday launched the Elyments app, which is being hailed as the country’s first indigenously developed ‘social media super app’, in India.The app has messaging and group chatting capabilities. The newly launched app, which will compete with the likes of Facebook and Instagram, comes with hosts of features that enable users to connect with friends and family in a creative way. Elyments is a comprehensive social networking app that is literally a one-stop-app for everything you might need.

The Elyments app is available on the Google Play Store, where it has been downloaded over one lakh times. It is also available on Apple’s App Store.

The Vice President said while launching the app virtually “I am happy to note that more than one thousand IT professionals, who are also the volunteers of the Art of Living, have together created an indigenous app named Elyments. It’s appreciable that the app will be available in eight Indian languages”

About Elyments- Social Media Simplified

1) You can take your photography game to the next level with inbuilt filters and AR characters. You can also create and post timeless moments to share real-time updates with your circle

2) You can stay in touch with friends from across the globe through lag-free, instant messages. Have individual or group chats from within the app and keep the conversations going!

3) You can choose from a variety of topics and get updates and breaking news for the interests of your choice.

4) Elyments is a well-thought and indigenously designed app to ensure that you make the most of social media while keeping your data safe and secure. With end-to-end encryption, Elyments ensures that your data remains safe from prying eyes.

5) Elyments has been entirely built in India by a young team of passionate people who firmly believe in the ancient Indian concept of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam or a one-world family. Though made in India, Elyments is a global platform for people of all walks of life to come together, converse, learn, and grow together.

Notably, the launch of the app comes shortly after the government banned 59 apps for posing a threat to the safety and public order in the country.

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