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Dailyhunt joins the short video app frenzy

July 20, 2020

Dailyhunt joins the short video app frenzy

The ban on short video apps in India has created a frenzy among huge content material groups to fill the void. This has been a sort of gold rush in which a few huge gamers and a few early level startups have thrown their hat in the ring along with Times Internet, ShareChat, Roposo and ZEE5.

Goldman Sachs-sponsored Dailyhunt has now joined the party with its quick video app Josh which was released on July 4. The app looks as if a TikTok clone and is available in 14 languages. On Play Store, the app has surpassed the 5 million downloads mark.

The description of Josh says that the app is made in India and shall we customers upload movies in any language to get famous and connect with others. In a quick span, a few motion pictures at the app have received three million perspectives with several thousand likes, feedback and stocks.

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