Sandes messaging app
Sandes messaging app

Recently the Indian Government has launched the Koo alternative to Twitter. After this, The National Informatics Centre launched its own messaging app Sandes. This messaging app is an alternative to WhatsApp.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. Due to the WhatsApp privacy policy update, users are moving to its alternative apps Signal and Telegram. Today I am explaining to you about the Sandes messaging app. Read this post till the end to know more about this.


Sande messaging app details

Sandes is the instant messaging platform alternative to WhatsApp. The meaning of the Sandes is a Message. This messaging app is only available to authorized government employees currently. The Government has developed its own secure instant messaging platform because of the government employee data compromised on the other platform. The government had been already working for a number of years.

According to some reports, certain technologies have been adopted hastily because the government employee’s data had been compromised as work-from-home protocols. The Ministry of Home Affairs had advised government employees to don’t use communication platforms like Zoom citing safety and privacy issues.

Also, Read Government of India bans 47 other apps: here are the full details about this

The Sandes app doesn’t allow users to change their registered email address or phone number. They can only take the backup of the chat history to the registered email once they register their email address to this app. The Sandes app is rolling out for both Android and iOS users. If any users want to change their registered email address or phone or use an alternative number or email then a new account will be created.

But only authorized Government officials can use this Sandes messaging app. Sandes the new messaging app offers message forwarding, emojis, broadcast messages, groups, etc features like WhatsApp. But it will soon release the Sandes messaging apps for all users. You will be able to use the Sandes app once the Government releases this app for normal users.

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