'Forpose' app from city firm set to go global

‘Forpose’ app from city firm set to go global

‘Forpose’ app from city firm set to go global


It is India's first privacy-enabled social networking app

Hyderabad: Forpose Pvt Ltd., a leading SaaS (Software as a Service) developer based out of city, announced the launch of an indigenous social networking app named 'Forpose.' The beta version of Forpose went live in August, 2020, and now the full-scale launch is set to happen at the start of 2021, across 100+ countries.

As a social networking platform, the app will not just connect people, but create new business opportunities for the fashion sector. And with a broad focus on privacy, the Forpose app is set to solve the challenges users face while using current social networks.

In line with other social networking platforms, the Forpose app consists of a news feed with image and video sharing, tagging, etc., along with Moments to share byte-sized content.

The platform has in-built chatting capabilities, but privacy is the key benchmark where it outperforms other players. Screenshots, for example, are disabled across the entire platform.

In simpler words, no one can screenshot a user's images, pictures, moments, or chats. Commenting on the platform's emphasis towards privacy, Founder & CEO, Salman Khan, stated, "There are both good and bad sides to the internet. Influencers, for example, are harassed, by some miscreants and spammers. On the Forpose App, users can choose whether or not they want to receive messages from non-followers. This enables a spam-less and far more secure social networking ecosystem for our users."

The beta version of the app went live on August 15 this year for Android and iOS. The app was tested via over 200,000 users and received quite a positive feedback.

As social networks are a key part of every marketing strategy, leveraging this networking platform might help many businesses gain brand awareness and build an additional revenue stream, says Salman Khan, founder & CEO, Forpose App.

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