A British-Pakistani banker and technology entrepreneur has launched a new social media app called “Labayk,” which aims to distribute 20 million holy Qurans for free to Muslims in poorer areas of the world. The app built by Tanweer Khan combines Islamic values and the need for a more “socially impactful and truthful platform” for both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Labayk — meaning “at your service” — provides a safe environment for users to make better connections and offer a more fulfilling online experience.
Users can post status updates, upload photos and videos, create stories, go live, take part in discussions, and broadcast events on Labayk. There is also a free instant messenger capability, as well as voice and video calls without any extra charges.
Labayk also donates money to worthy causes and campaigns and profits go to charities — chosen by users — instead of shareholders.
You can sign up now to get your unique username and join the new platform at www.labayk.com
Source: Geo TV