Which Indian Social Networking Sites to Try after Facebook Data Leak

There is no doubt that India has one of the largest users of social media in the world. There are many Indian social networking sites operating that grow large day by day.

 

Recently, social networking giant, Facebook was hit by data leak scandal vis. Cambridge Analytica. (If you don’t know about it, then read here)

 

Anyhow, if you already know about this data leak, or you have concerns about your web privacy then try the following websites.

 

Here are some Indian social networking sites to try after Facebook Data Leak – 

 

  1. Sabakuch

 

Launched three years back, this is probably the best social networking website in India. It is India’s first global digital social networking portal. It was launched by famous Bollywood actress Richa Chaddha.

 

Imagine a place that gives you the comfort of chatting with friends, family and business in one place and with one password. Imagine not having to sign up for different portals for micro-blogging with hashtags. Or, signing-up on a business website for jobs or networking.

 

That’s right. Sabakuch as the name suggests, has ‘’everything’’ on its dashboard. What’s more, you don’t have to worry about privacy. As Sabakuch does not store any of your personal information or share it with anyone.

 

 

  1. Zenly

 

If you want to share location with your friends and family, then Zenly is the right thing for you. Unlike many other location sharing apps, Zenly is more accurate and targeted towards teens.

 

It’s a good combination of locator, social media and messaging app. And, its more than 2 million users speak of its popularity.

 

To prevent any data leak, Zenly allowsusers to share or hide location from everyone or be as sociable as they want.

 

 

  1. Gutrgoo

 

Gutrgoo is one of those social networking websites that works best in its app version. It describes itself as ‘’interest-based public-networking social media application’’.

 

Just like Sabakuch, it too allows social networking, micro-blogging and private messaging. All its features are tied to a common place called ‘Town Hall’.
 

  1. Sharechat

 

With more than 22 million downloads, 1.7 million shares on Google Play, ShareChat is a first of its kind vernacular social network. Its focus is totally on India.

 

With strong regional language focus, Sharechat is available in Hindi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, Telugu, Tamil, Bengali, Odia and Kannada.

 

Source: https://sabakuch.com/blog/2018/04/02/indian-social-networking-sites-to-try/

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