Just like WhatsApp, the indigenous instant messaging app has become Sandes. According to the report, it is currently being used by some government officials. Last year, the Indian government said it would work on an app called WhatsApp. Now it seems that this app is ready. Initially some government officials are using it. This may also be on the testing page right now.
The Sandes app logo is on the GIMS.gov.in website. In which Ashoka Chakra is appearing. Usually these people have three layers. The three layers together form a triangle and in the center is the Ashoka Chakra. The second layer looks like WhatsApp but it is dark green. According to media reports, some ministry officials have already started using the Government Instant Messaging System (GIMS).
How to Download ‘Sandes App’
Sandes app is available for both iOS and Android users. The phone must have Android version 5.0 or above for this app. The iphone should have iOS 12 or above. Users can download the APK file of this app through GIMS portal, the official website of the government. This app is not currently available in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.
After downloading, users just have to sign-up with their mobile number or email ID. After this, you will get six digit OTP. After this, you have to give the details of gender. After this, the sign-up process will be completed. The best part of this app is that foreign apps will not be able to steal your privacy and data. The app has been developed by NIC (National Informatics Center), which is part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).