Bengaluru, Feb 22: For those who have been utilizing various test and incidental data gaming applications for winning money prizes, StupidApp truly has something new up its sleeves.
StupidApp organizer trio Sourav Karmakar, Saheb Roy and Pramod K Maloo have settled on a cognizant choice to hold turns in the country working by giving to the Indian Army Welfare Fund.
Group StupidApp will give Rs. 1 to the Indian Army Welfare Fund for each winner on the application. The organizers have consistently chosen to think of a compassionate point in the application for doing their share for the Indian Army.
As late patterns uncover, StupidApp has turned out to be a standout amongst the most favoured decisions of gaming fans.
With the best rank on Twitter's trending list and 35000 or more day by day dynamic clients and between 500-1000 victors consistently, this application is good to go to make features. StupidApp is not anymore only a cash making application.
Those who like quizzing can reinforce their general information, learn, share and acquire cash while guaranteeing the welfare of armed force employees. "If we can motivate people to do something good, it will not only be beneficial for the country but, will also make them discover their altruistic self, hidden within. Sharing always feels great," said Pramod Maloo, Co-founder and COO.
StupidApp is dependable on their feet with regards to reacting to surveys and inquiries from its supporters and consistently growing base of clients. Their dynamic approach and snappy reaction have truly assuaged the gaming aficionados. StupidApp, co-founder and CEO Sourav Karmakar said "We are no longer just a trivia-based app. Charity begins at home and so I thought why don't we start with Indian Army Donation Fund!" It is indeed a noble thought which will motivate compassionate minds to come together and play the game.