Five years later Beginning of, Twitter Moments is moving beyond the American social networking platform.
On Monday, Twitter said that it has partnered with Dailyhunt to bring Moments to the Indian social app. The Dailyhunt app now has a dedicated tab called ‘Twitter Moments India’ to show curated tweets related to news and other events in the world’s second largest internet market.
The partnership will allow Twitter to expand its reach in India, where it had fewer than 75 million monthly active users last month, according to mobile insights firm App Annie (data shared with TechCrunch by an industry executive). Dailyhunt which last month Raised $ 100 million in one round from Google, Microsoft and AlphaWaveIn comparison, it is claimed to reach over 285 million users each day.
Unlike Twitter, Dailyhunt is also popular in small Indian cities and towns. The Indian social app, which serves users in 14 local languages, described its partnership with Twitter as the “biggest collaboration” ever. The companies did not disclose the financial terms of the deal.
“On Twitter, we are committed to doing what we can to ensure that people can talk about the world at any time. Moment – a curated set of tweets about a particular topic – is a powerful way to do this. With this partnership with Dailyhunt, a platform that caters to diverse languages and readers from all parts of India, we are thrilled to extend Twitter Moments to the Dailyhunt App, “Twitter India Managing Director Manish Maheshwari added Said in the statement. (Twitter too An investor in the Indian social app ShareChat, Which in some ways competes with Dailyhunt.)
Umang Bedi, co-founder and former head of Facebook India, Dailyhunt, said, “The past year has shown us the power of public opinion and awareness and is incumbent on us to take this discourse forward by making information more accessible, more reliable. more appealing. When a trusted partner with our shared vision of enabling consumers to create and share information without barriers validates our platform with our presence, we know that we are on the right track. “