Green KTM is possible through Clean KTM [APP REVIEW]

Last week, one special app was launched by Chief Secretary Mr. Leela Mani Paudyal. I hope you guys have figured out which app I am talking about. If not, I will give you one more hint. This app was launched on the 100th week of Cleaning Bagmati Campaign. Still can’t figure out?

It’s Clean KTM app, which incorporates a geographical based information system. This app was developed by a company named ‘NAXA’, which was founded by three young graduate students from Kathmandu University; Arun Bhandari, Nishant Khanal and Uttam Pudasaini. 

Clean KTM - UI
Clean KTM – UI

User Interface / User Experience (UI/UX): star-four-11-jpg

Talking about this app, it has really simple interface. Simple in the sense that you just need to follow these steps:

  1. Take the pictures of garbage
  2. State those garbage condition i.e Mixed, Biogradable and Non-biodegradable
  3. Set the garbage location
  4. Lastly, tap on the Send Report button

Features & Content: three-stars_0

In an end-user perspective, they would have added more features like; App tour, Objective of Clean KTM and latest complaints. App tour is needed to know how that app works. Objective helps to get to know about the app more precisely which end-user seeks to know and then only they will be more convinced to download that particular app. Lastly, latest complaints will help the user to track down their specific complaint which will make your app more responsive and give complete information to your user. 

Also, the content should be available in Nepali (नेपाली) language too.

Nevertheless, it’s unique and creative app, which makes extensive use of technology to clean our major cities. Hats off to the brilliant idea.

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