CRB Tech reviews over here shares about snapchat trends in India.
Even though 4 million Indians use Snapchat each and every day, CEO Evan Spiegel, allegedly seems that India is just too poor nation to even consider development into.
Spiegel’s unverified feedback – and something that the organization has emphatically declined – have not been taken well by Twitterati who criticized him for undervaluing the nation. A lot of miffed customers are now removing the app and making a one-star ranking on the app before doing the same.
As per the app information on App Shop, the “Customer Ratings” of the present edition of the app was “single star” (based on 6,099 ratings) and all editions ranking was “one and 50 percent star” (based on 9,527 ratings) as on Weekend morning hours.
A day after information started regarding Snapchat’s CEO Evan Spiegel’s disinterest in growing the company to “poor countries” like India, the ranking of the well-known app decreased to a “single star” from an obvious “five star” on the App Shop.
According to the app information on App Shop, the “Customer Ratings” of the present edition of the app was “single star” (based on 6,099 ratings) and all editions ranking was “one and half star” (based on 9,527 ratings) as on Weekend morning hours.
The ranking for the app on Android operating system Perform Shop was “four star” (based on 11,932,996 ratings).
The whacking began when US-based information web page Wide range on Weekend estimated Snapchat’s ex-employee Anthony Pompliano as saying that organization CEO Evan Spiegel in Sept 2015 informed him that “the app is only for wealthy individuals. I don’t want to flourish into inadequate nations like Native indian and Spain”.
Indians did not take the opinion gently and took to public networking to eyelash out at the declaration from the CEO. As the scores of the app decreased, the critique of the CEO and the app improved.
“First of all, I didn’t even want to provide any freakin’ celebrity to this app. Evan (CEO of Snapchat) reveals how ridiculous he is by saying this. I bet 3/4th of his organization is run by Native indian workers. If he didn’t want to flourish it to inadequate nations, then why is this app free? Why didn’t he put any expenses on it?” a person had written on App Shop, condemning the CEO.
Here are a few images that were a part of the Snapchat controversy troll, on social media.
The app was also trolled on Twitter posts. #boycottsnapchat became the most well-known hashtag on Twitter posts over night. Thus our CRB Tech reviews over here has been completed.