Vowelor launches India's First Platform for Book Lovers
Vowelor Books and Media, a progressive technology start-up, has launched Vowelor app, India's first platform for book lovers. This platform is the result of keen observation of issues faced by the readers and writers in the current literature landscape, especially in India.
With the concept of "Why Read Alone", Vowelor aims to give readers and writers an inclusive platform that not only lets them to connect with like-minded book lovers but also solves their problems such as finding good books to read and discussing about books they're currently reading in real-time.
The app facilitates the creation of a personal and dynamic library to which users can add books that they are reading or wish to read and even update their reading status. The book clubs on this authentic platform enable readers to explore more books thus stimulate the desire to read more.
Manik Ghawri, Co-founder of Vowelor, said, "It's our endeavour to create valuable experiences for book lovers through this platform. It's our pride to be India' first community for book lovers. India is one of the world's leading countries in terms of daily time spent on reading books. This is all the more reason why this kind of a revolution was needed."
Lalit Sharma, Co-founder of Vowelor, said, "I feel immense pride and joy in launching this powerful medium. It will offer an opportunity to learn from each other. One of the unique features of this association is that even authors would be able to gain from the interactions on the platform. They will be able to identify the subjects, themes or styles that are most needed for the times and thus create fine and impactful compositions. We have plans of creating an iOS version of the app."