PM Narendra Modi released the ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’. The application is a one-stop destination for being aware of all the newest day-to-day actions of the Prime Minister. The app delivers all the newest information and updates about the Prime Minister.
Stepping up his digital existence, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 17th July 2015 released the ‘Narendra Modi Mobile App’ to offer immediate updates and a chance to get information and e-mails straight from him.
With just one just click, the entertaining ‘Narendra Modi’ app allows the consumer to link with the PM. It provides an exclusive and various chance to get information and e-mails straight from the Prime Minister. Not just this, it allows customers to try out a role and produce badges through to-do projects.
One can tune in and listen to the various ‘Mann ki Baat’ versions of the PM, study his weblogs and know more about him in the Bio area.
There is a lot of swiping in the new app, generally known as Narendra Modi (Google play store, free).
You run up to expose new guidelines. Swipe down to renew the app’s feed. Swipe left to accept his national new techniques and run right to discover new techniques to accept by swiping left.
It is like Tinder (the worldwide relationship app) permanently govt, except all you can do is approving, and stocks your acceptance.
Often, you’re not even sure what you’re accepting. The initial in the app’s “Poll” area just asks: “Which of the following govt projects do you think has had the most.” The most what?
It is not important.
All that issues is that you approve of the question, and tell your 900 Facebook or myspace friends like I did, that you highly believe that the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean Indian campaign) has “had the most”.
The app has a basic frustration to it, a weekly recurring insistence that you discuss, discuss, and discuss. You cannot even study your everyday Modi information without signing in via Facebook or myspace, Tweets, Google+ or your Narendra Modi account (presumably the app’s focus on demographic), and the little green “Share” key is the only reliable look at the app’s otherwise puzzled design ethos.
The app allows customers study and knows about PM Modi’s kind of ‘Good Governance,’ the projects and success of the Government. It has got devoted area that features the Prime Minister’s initiatives towards boosting India’s ‘Global Identification.’ The ‘infographics’ area provides how Governance is enhancing lifestyles of the people.
PM Narendra Modi is one of the most tech-savvy management and has always motivated e-governance and m-governance from the start.