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These 5 Indian Apps will play the band of Chinese Apps! Got top ranking on play store

New Delhi. India has one of the largest bases of mobile internet users and one of the fastest growing app users in the world. Startups and developers are flooding in India and due to which the digital future of our country is being re-imagined. In such a situation, Indian apps and games are being well-liked by users as well as investors. Last year, Indian apps and games saw a 200 percent increase in active monthly users on Google Play compared to 2019.

Here we bring you some such apps:

Kutuki: Lack of access to good quality preschools and contextual learning resources has widened the gap in basic English and math skills in India, especially in smaller cities outside major metros. Keeping this in mind, Sneha Sundaram has co-founded Kutuki, India’s first preschool learning platform made in India and for Indian children. Kutuki is transforming the learning experience of over 150 million young learners in India.

Language Curry: Language Curry was created after Akanksha took a break after the birth of her first child, a language learning platform with a focus on Indian languages. From Namaste to various Indian festivals, Language Curry makes it clear that users not only learn the language but also get to know the culture of the people who speak that language.

Doubtnut: Created by IIT graduate Tanushree Nagori, Doubtnut is a multi-language online education app that allows students to search for solutions by simply clicking on a picture of a question, as well as learn concepts using Doubtnut’s video library. Doubtnut, an education platform for India, is serving students across the country and is currently educating lakhs of girls every month across India.

Alipo Learning: Many women have the passion and creativity to learn but many never got the chance. Keeping this in mind, IIT graduate Ayushi Sinha has designed Alipo Learning. It is a live upskilling platform for Indian women to help them learn, grow and set up their home businesses. Alipo Learning is helping women enhance their skills across categories like Baking, Cooking, Stitching, Makeup and encouraging them to become micro-entrepreneurs from home.

Sortizy: Sortizy, a Hyderabad-based business led by Surbhi Guha and Sagathi Prakash, is helping users across the globe engage with food in a more unique way. Their goal is to help everyone run their kitchen in a way that meets their ever-changing needs. Distributed in a way that most of us are already using an app for.

Slink.io: A popular game that has been downloaded over 50 million on Google Play. It is led by Hyderabad-based Renuka Jallapuram, CEO of Flying Caps Technologies. Starting out as a software developer, Renuka turned to mobile gaming in partnership with her husband, aiming to create engaging games that could be played around the world. Today his studio has launched 10 games and has over 100 million downloads globally on Google Play.

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