MUMBAI: India-based startup Neuv Pvt has unveiled its free mobile application Whatsay, which allows users to create and send visual polls across 25 categories to their friends through WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter and Gmail.
India’s first social polling app, Whatsay helps to get answers from the community.
“Whatsay is a social polling app that makes polls lively and fun to share. It is the perfect mobile companion for Facebook, Twitter and WhatsApp. Create a poll on Whatsay and immediately tweet it, share it on your Facebook wall or to a WhatsApp group,” said Raghu Bathina, Co-founder, Whatsay App.
“India’s Internet growth trajectory is very exciting for us, 65 per cent of the 232 million Internet users in India are connecting via mobile. All these users can leverage Whatsay,” he added.
The company said that it is proven that visual content is more likely to be viewed and shared on social media. Visual tweets are retweeted 35 percent more than text and 87 percent of Facebook shares are photos. It is also known that polling is one medium where people participate without hesitation.
Whatsay is visual imagery and social polling combined.
Sridhar Gadhi, co-founder, Whatsay, said: “Whatsay is made in India and is a testament to the quality and creativity that Indian companies possess. It demonstrates out-of-the-box thinking which is required to create powerful social platforms that rival global companies.”
Whatsay is available on Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store www.whatsayapp.com.