INDIA: In a swift and innovative move, reputed Rupnagar Punjab based, digital media marketing and web design & development agency Media Officers have recently launched– Raask app. The company has retained a strong focus on the Indian spirit. This user-friendly, highly engaging, and advanced app allows short video creation and sharing through its social media platform. Other advanced and engaging features of video dubbing, availing a wide choice of filters, and other unique add ons are also on offer. To continue the totally immersive experience, the users are free to edit, share, like, and comment too.
As part of its commitment to society, Media officers have set aside 10 % of its revenue as a donation to deserving artists for their betterment and upliftment.
The Directors Rudhrah Keshav, Rudhrah Gourav and Saurabh Dingra, were elated that Raask has received an overwhelming response from social media users who had questions like:
The users are eager to explore and receive this fully indigenous initiative. This enthusiasm and support have permeated to well know personalities and celebrities.
Director, Rudhrah Gourav mentioned one of the reputed personalities, a popular celebrity face, and social media influencer – Dr. Shabnam Asthana who has come forward to support this Made in India app – Raask.
Dr. Shabnam Asthana stated that “apart from supporting the entire Made in India initiative as a proud Indian of which Raask is an integral part, as a PR expert I understand the extremely important role that social media plays in our lives.” She mentioned that not all social media apps were meant for business, an app like Raask allows you to engage your audience socially through high-quality content, delivered in the form of posts or videos. I for one am a great social app user. It destresses me and allows me room for creativity, joy, and fun.”
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