Zain-Alabdin Tawfiq, founder of Sarahah, told Hindustan Times that the platform plans to add new features, including support for Indian languages. We are also continuing to introduce new features and services to better serve our users around the world.” Tawfiq said. While Sarahah started off as a social media platform, it’s also eyeing workplaces for its future growth. Cashing in on Sarahah’s popularity, various malicious ware-injecting applications such as sarahah exposed flooded the internet to target users. On the issue of fake Sarahah apps, he said, “We welcome legitimate competition.

Source:   Hindustan Times
December 07, 2017 12:11 UTC