Many Tech Companies Like WhatsApp and Paypal Have Been Born In The Country Which Is On Fire Today

From WhatsApp to PayPal, these Ukrainian tech companies have made their mark worldwide.

War is raging between Russia and Ukraine. This war is going on in the cyber world as well as in the real world. At the same time, we and you use many such applications, which somehow relate to Ukraine. The list includes everything from WhatsApp to Snapchat and PayPal. Here are the details of apps related to Ukraine.

WhatsApp is the most used instant messaging app in the world. Its founder, Jan Koum, is a Ukrainian immigrant. He was born in 1976 in Fastiv. Jan Koum is the co-founder of the popular messaging app WhatsApp. The app was purchased by Facebook (Meta) in 2014 for 19.3 billion.

Not many people are familiar with PayPal in India, but it is a popular digital payment application in the global market. Ukrainian-American businessman Maksymilian Rafailovych 'Max' Levchin is its co-founder. PayPal, a digital payment service provider, is one of the world's first digital payment methods.

The Snapchat app is very popular all over the world. The masking technology used in this app is made by Looksery, which has its office in Odessa, Ukraine. The company has offices in the United States as well as Ukraine. Luxury is owned by Snap Inc. Snapchat also has offices in Kiev and Zaporizhia, Ukraine.

The Grammarly app is used by a large number of people around the world. It is valued at 13 billion. Its three founders are Max Lytvyn, Alex Shevchenko and Dmytro Lider from Ukraine. Grammarly helps people to write true and error-free content. Its office is in Kiev.

CleanMyMac is also a popular website, used as a Mac cleaner. It allows users to remove annoying junk and malware from their Mac. It was developed by a company called MacPaw, based in Kiev. In addition to Kiev, it has an office in California. Apart from this, the names of many other companies are also associated with Ukraine.

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