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Government WhatsApp ‘Sandes’ is launched, find out how you can download it

The National Informatics Center (IMC) has launched the homegrown version of WhatsApp ‘Sandes’ in India. This is an instant messaging app. Let us know that state and central authorities are currently using the ‘Government Instant Messaging System (GIMS)’. But now they use the Sandes app. If you’re worried about WhatsApp’s privacy policy, now your concern is over. In addition to government offers, other citizens of India can use the Sandes app. So let me tell you how you can download the Sandes app and how you can sign-up in this app.

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How To Download ‘Sandes’
The Sandes app is available for iOS and Android users. Phone must have Android version 5.0 or higher for this app. Must have iOS 12 or higher on iPhone. Users can download the APK file of this application through the official government website GIMS portal. This app is not currently available on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

Government WhatsApp 'Sandes' is launched, find out how you can download it

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After downloading, users need to sign-up with their mobile number or email id. After this you will get a six digit OTP. After this, you have to give the gender details. This will complete the sign-up process. The best thing about this app is that foreign apps can not steal your privacy and data. The app was developed by NIC (National Informatics Center), part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MTY).

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