According to the latest reports, Samsung Global Goals should be launched in 2019, and now it has cooperated with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to push updates. The update brings a simple way to help users increase their awareness of global goals.
The application by its Galaxy series of smartphones users to help create change through direct contributions or like such a simple way to earn income through advertising. The Samsung Global Goals app helps its users to contribute to the cause close to their hearts with just a few clicks on the Galaxy device.
The Samsung Global Goals app will also be supported by actor Alia Bhatt, who contributes to various causes through the app. Through this application, Samsung also hopes that its core users can become part of a greater benefit by donating to various development projects.
These items include educating young women, providing food for school children, protecting children’s rights, and supporting families in arrears through UPI (Uniform Payment Interface).
In a statement issued by Samsung brand ambassador and global target application supporter Alia Bhatt, she said: I am proud to work with Samsung to help people easily donate to global targets and bring changes with the help of technology. And This Samsung partnership is a collective help. I am very sure that we will use our resources together and donate to related causes in India through the Samsung Global Goals app to expand our fund-raising efforts.
At Samsung, we believe in using the power of technology to solve the world’s most pressing challenges. The updated Samsung Global Goals app will now provide a simple way for Galaxy smartphone users in India, including Gen Z and millennial users. Way to understand global goals and support India’s most important cause for them,” said Partha Ghosh, vice president and head of corporate citizenship at Samsung India. “This app advances our vision of powering Digital India’ to enhance the next generation of youth Human abilities.
The app also provides a series of ways to give back to society through donations and education. To help maximize the impact of these small actions, Samsung matches all revenue through in-app advertising. The Samsung Global Goals app is currently installed on 170 million devices worldwide and has become the world’s largest charity app. So far, the app has helped raise $1.5 million for various global goals.