The professional job 'matching' and networking application — Yenta app — launched by the Japanese tech startups bitgrit and Atrae has garnered over 3,000 downloads in India. The application is available for both iOS and Android users.
DTM Fintech ventures ecosystem is purposely conceived to deliver first world solutions and services to the market. And help build the next generation of financial market ecosystem for an aspiring India of tomorrow.
Mumbai and London based startup, Neosap EdTech decided to solve this problem and has created a brain development system called Bablr for 0-3 year old babies that parents can use in the comfort of their homes.
After a successful launch in Japan, Japanese tech startups bitgrit and Atrae brings their professional job 'matching' app in India. The Yenta app will allow professionals and employers to 'swipe right' to the profiles of their interest.
Recently we saw few Chinese apps which have been banned by Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.
It has led to the growth of a few advanced apps developed in India. One of the fastest-growing apps is
the Bharat Scanner app.