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“We have ten people sitting in our Delhi office monitoring the content uploaded to our app and control quality of content on the app,” he said. Me first launched in the US in 2016 and was ranked #1 under the social app category for the region on Google Play, and top 3 on the App store. Me is popular among youth from metros and non-metros alike.According to Wu, India is the second biggest market for Live. Cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Surat, Lucknow, among others, have already hopped on to the Live. While Wu is excited about the possibilities that the Indian market holds, the only issue he wants the powers that be to address in India, is that of internet connectivity.Here’s a glimpse of what the service is like: Our conversation While the answers did come through, we noticed that it took really long for that to happen.The chat window that opened for us flashed a message: One of the bugs we came across. Me, the Chinese live broadcasting video chat app from the Cheetah Mobile stable, is all set to begin live streaming professionally generated content on weekdays from the second week of May.The content will span a variety of topics from Bollywood, food, health, sports, etc.
You have to log in using your name and mobile number, and you're connected to a Vodafone customer service executive.
For the most part, the questions we typed in did not even show up on the chat window and by the time they did, the executive had disconnected.
What's more, the chat applet doesn't support any version of Firefox above v.3.0, while Internet Explorer is supported up to IE 8.
The move is interesting, since this way Internet-savvy users can get their queries solved, obtain more information about Vodafone’s services, among other things, without having to call up the call centre.
However, we tried service out and the chat applet seemed to be a little buggy, as we had to wait for quite some time for the chat applet to connect and it took really long to send our questions to the executive.