Ruuh: Microsoft’s desi AI chatbot comes as a new mobile website aimed for the Indian market

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Ruuh, the Microsoft AI chatbot was launched back in March 2017 available only for the Indian users. But to use this AI Facebook Messenger was a necessity which meant that users were compelled to have a Facebook account. Later Ruuh was also added to Skype that required a Skype account too. Today, Microsoft launched a dedicated website to chat with Ruuh.

Starting today with Microsoft dedicated mobile website users can easily use the service without signing into an account. All you need to do is to open Ruuh.ai and click on chat with Ruuh.

To make it easier the website will backup your chat information so that you can continue from where you last were. In case you don’t want to continue your chat from the place you last left just click on the three dots at the top right corner and select on Forget Me. The entire conversation will be deleted letting you start afresh again.

The website is still available in the beta format and hence might face problems. The Desi AI chatbot website will only work on smartphones and if opened from the PC, the chat option will be unavailable. To make use of the website we still need to wait a while as the official announcement of the website has not been made yet. Let’s hope that the wait is worth the while.

Ruuh: Microsoft’s desi AI chatbot comes as a new mobile website aimed for the Indian market