Kochi: Astro-Vision Futuretech, the Kochi based developer and provider of Vedic Astrology software has announced that their newly launched Chrome App has won the Google Chrome Challenge Contest organised by the publishers of Digit magazine. The app was selected from hundreds of apps submitted by developers across India and has been featured in the latest issue of the Digit magazine. The contest was open to Indian developers who could come up with innovative apps relevant for the Indian community.
The Astro-Vision Hindu Calendar is an interactive app which provides personalised daily horoscopes as well as precise regional calendar details like Star, Thithi, Raahu kaal, Auspicious time, Sun rise time and sun set time for the entire year. The regional calendar details and personalised horoscope predictions are available for more than 30,000 cities all over the world. The app can be installed from the Google Chrome webstore. Users have the option to view general predictions based on their Sun signs or access personalised predictions based on their horoscopes by providing the birth details. It also includes a highly interactive Daily Panchang and options of different regional Hindu calendars for the year.
Arjun Ravindran, MD, Astro-Vision said, “We are one of the pioneers in Indian Astrology Software having introduced the concept of computerised astrology software & computer based astrology predictions in 1984 and this is a small recognition of our efforts. This also shows that we are moving ahead with the times”. For more than 25 years, the company has been developing Horoscope software based on Indian Astrology in various Indian languages. Astro-Vision provides astrology based solutions to some of the leading India centric websites and have generated over 3 crore astrology reports till date.
Kerala IT News