HighlightsFacebook mimicked his concept and launched a new app called ‘Secret Crush’. Kakkar has already applied for international patents.
Pune: A Pune-based startup company (MTJF) copied its idea for the app more than just friends. On Facebook The claim has been filed. Before launching this app in 2018, he said Facebook Talked with, but without giving any reply, Facebook copied the app and started the feature itself. MTJF is a mobile dating app. You can hide your identity with your friends in this app. With this application, friends can express their feelings without any fear. If the friend or friend in front gives an answer, however, his identity is immediately revealed. MTJF founder Sangram Kakkar gave this information at a press conference in Pune today.
According to Sangram Kakkar, who was talking to Facebook about the idea of the app, he did not respond. Facebook mimicked his concept and launched a new app called ‘Secret Crush’. Kakkar has already applied for international patents. Kakkar also said that Facebook launched the ‘Secret Crush’ feature in May 2018 using the concept of ‘MTJF’, which was marketed using the concept of ‘MTJF’. In this case, he is from Pune In court A lawsuit has been filed against Facebook.