An online chat app is gaining traction in India as the country tries to boost the conversational speed of its population.
A chat app called ChatFlix that is based on the popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp, which offers real-time conversation between users, has recently made its debut in a number of cities, including Mumbai and Chennai.
ChatFlix was launched in February, with a total of 3,000 users in India.
A survey by the company showed that the number of daily users in the country has been growing at around 10-15 per cent a year.
The company says that ChatFlite is designed to help the users make more effective use of the mobile network’s data capacity, which is currently limited by about 60 per cent to meet the needs of its users.
The app is available for both Android and iOS devices, and comes with a number features including a voice call feature, where users can speak to each other in real-life, and an interactive map of the conversation in real time.
A video posted on Facebook on Sunday by a group of students at a Chennai school showed students chatting in the chat app, with one of the students saying: “I am a student, I am here to chat.”
In addition to this, the students have been using the app to study and share their thoughts and opinions.
They have also taken the initiative to build a chat room, where they can share their ideas and opinions, with others.
“We started this because we want to connect with the world.
This is a way to connect people with each other,” said Anil Jain, a student at Chennai’s Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), where the group is studying.
According to the company, the chat service is used by nearly 40 million people across India, with the average age being around 35.
The chat service offers users a “virtual” view of their conversations, where people can see what others are saying and what they are thinking, and make a point of discussing.