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WHO and Indian Govt. Collaborates to launch mYoga App, Details here

On the 6th edition of the International Yoga Day, PM Modi has unveiled the mYoga app for smartphones.

The app was launched under the collaboration of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of AYUSH in India. It is available on both Android and iOS.

The mYoga app is launched to help users learn and practice yoga regularly. It offers free training videos to people and encourages them to adopt yoga in their daily lives. As per PM Modi’s tweet, “mYoga app is an effort to further popularize Yoga.”

Currently, the app has three languages, viz. English, Hindi, and French. However, more languages will be added in the future. The government claims the app to be safe for all users it doesn’t collect any kind of personal data.

To date, the app has over 10,000 downloads on the Play Store and has got 4.8 ratings, which is pretty great. Further, many users have shared their positive reviews on the app store.

The app is available under World Health Organization (WHO) publisher’s name on the Google Play Store. As per the app’s description, it can be used by all people between the 12-65 years age group.

So, if you want to learn and practice various exercises of Yoga from the comfort of your home, you can download the mYoga app on Google Play Store and Apple App Store. So, do let us know your experience of the app below.

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Nikhil Sharma

Freelance Tech Writer | Digital Marketing Enthusiast | Wanna be Technopreneur

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