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From some time the trending short video app VMate is gaining huge recognition among the users. The app has taken an integer number of measures to help the people in the current lockdown condition caused by the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. The app at this crucial time has taken a huge step to bust myths doing the rounds on a variety of social media platforms.

According to the company’s official release, the short video app along with its latest imitative has now launched a dedicated profile to help the users to get COVID-19 pandemic-related information that is approved by the World Health Organisation (WHO).


The details about the coronavirus on the app are available in hind and that too in animated form. The company profile has been titled as ‘Myth Buster’, in peace with its intention. The thought behind creating such a profile is to stop the spread of coronavirus rumors that are going viral on various social media channels and thus creating a myth in the people’s minds. This app is trying to provide relevant and correct information to the users.

VMate app Busting Myths

Here are some of the facts that have been published on the app in order to overcome the rumors circulated through videos in the social media channels:

iconThe hot and humid climate does not stop the spread of COVID-19.

iconThere is no proof to confirm the claim that the use of garlic can prevent coronavirus.

iconIn addition to this the app has also made clear that people from all age groups are at risk to coronavirus; and

iconThere are no vaccines that act as a safeguard against the virus.


All the above-mentioned facts are published on the profile with illustrations. Almost in all the videos, the text created has been read out in the audio format as well so that all types of people can understand the basic facts. The short video app VMate also mentioned that they also connected with some reputed doctors who not just busted myths, but also helped people against the novel coronavirus pandemic. The app is also suggesting a complete list of the ‘Dos and Don’ts’ in the prevailing crisis.

To make the imitative more powerful the app has also launched a Corona Anthem. The anthem advises people to follow the precautionary steps like wash hands frequently, using masks and gloves and do the practice of namaste. The app also declared that Indians would come out as winners in the current war against the pandemic coronavirus. The anthem was sung and composed by the famous singer Advait Nemlekar.

For now, the company said that they are also running#21DaysChallenge to keep its users busy with something interesting. The app has launched 3 games in which users are given a new challenge each day to retain a positive frame of mind.


Akansha Pandey

Akansha Pandey, Director of Sales at Fluper, is a leader in technology sales with a decade of experience. Known for her strategic approach, she excels in driving business growth and forging strong client relationships. Akansha's expertise lies in consultative selling, team leadership, and exceeding revenue targets. Passionate about mentoring, she enjoys sharing insights with aspiring sales professionals.

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