Vokal, India’s largest vernacular interest-based knowledge sharing platform, announced its launch in 10 additional Indian languages. It is now available in Hindi, Bengali, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Gujarati, Marathi, Punjabi, Oriya and Assamese. Vokal now has over 2 million monthly users and is growing 30-50 per cent every month. It plans to cater to 100 million monthly users within 2 years. While it has enabled knowledge sharing in audio and video till now, it will soon be available in text for those who prefer reading over listening or watching.
Vokal is India’s vernacular knowledge sharing platform. Vernacular users use it to learn something new every day from the best minds in the community. This knowledge sharing revolves around large interests. Users get to choose from 10+ interests and can follow creators among 1000s of sub-interests. Users can seek knowledge by asking questions. These questions are answered in regional languages by volunteering experts on the platform. Most of the answers are in video and audio. Text knowledge will soon be launched on the platform.