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Google Southeast Asia and Indian Vice President Rajan Anandan has invested an undisclosed amount of funds in Bengaluru based women health Startup App Maya. Maya is a personal health assistant in a mobile app form which help its female users in managing their periods, related symptoms, mood swings and their overall health.
In an statement by Maya as reported in Live Mint “The funds will be used to enhance the user experience, product development and to expand the user base of Maya in India,” Maya logs more than 1.2 million active users every month. It has clocked more than 6.5 million downloads in more than 50 countries worldwide. Globally, the tracker supports 13 languages including Hindi, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian and French.
“Rajan is one of the most prolific internet executives and investors in South Asia. He is known to invest in companies that are potential disruptors and we are honored to be a part of his portfolio,” Paul the founder of Maya exclaimed .