Hyderabad, Oct, 05, 2016: Today, messaging apps are all over the market. According to Harvard Business Review, 6 out of 10 global apps are messaging applications used by 1.4 billion people around the world. What’s more astonishing is that this figure is growing by 12% every year.1 But where would these messaging applications be without its 1.4 billion users?
We often hear the success of messenger apps such as, WhatsApp, WeChat and Hike gaining a large user base and subsequent popularity. However, the point that is often taken for granted is the users contribution to the success of these messaging apps. Aside from being able to send messages, what other benefits do these users receive?
Here is an app that is about to add another first to its name. n-gage, the most private messenger, which was launched in January this year has already gained more than 8 lakhs of downloads and is now launching a program to reward its users. n-gage is now poised to give away 250 million shares worth of Equity* to its global users. What’s more, India is the first out of 50 countries to be allocated with Equity for its Indian users.
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