Listen to PM Modi's Speech on New Rs. 2,000, Rs. 500 Notes With This App

You can listen to PM Modi's speech on Black Money on the new Rs. 2,000 or Rs. 500 currency notes.

Update: The developers of the Modi Keynote app have removed the app from the app stores due to public interest.

With the cash demonetization situation in India, there is an increase in the usage of the digital wallet applications and others that will help people live a cashless life.

Listen to PM Modi's Speech on New Rs. 2,000, Rs. 500 Notes

Apart from these, there seems to be no end to fun and frolic too. Well, we say this as a new app called Modi Keynote has released on the Google Play Store just for the sake of fun. This app has achieved over 6,500 downloads at the time of writing this post.

Also Read: 5 Apps to Help you During Demonetization

Notably, this app will display a video of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech on Black Money on scanning the new Rs. 2,000 and Rs. 500 notes using the Modi Keynote app.

Listen to PM Modi's Speech on New Rs. 2,000, Rs. 500 Notes

If you can see in the image below, we at GizBot tried our hands on with this app and we found out that the video will work only on the new notes and not on the old ones.

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In the video, you can see that the video of the Modi's speech on Black Money will be displayed for you as long as you are scanning the app. Once you move the currency note away or zoom it fully, the video of the speech will stop. Take a look at it from the video below.

If you want to try the Modi Keynote app for the sake of fun, you can download it on your mobile and enjoy the same. The highlight is that this app does not need an active internet connection to work. You can enjoy the fun and get the message on eradicating Black Money on your mobile without an internet connection.

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Note: Do keep in mind that this Modi Keynote app will not let you find out original or fake notes. It is designed just for the sake of fun and there's nothing apart from it.

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