Here is a list of tried and tested apps that will make your life a bit easier. Over the last few years, the smartphone has become more than a device we use to call people and send text messages. But it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the sheer number of apps — there are more than a million apps in Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store. So we broke out the most useful apps we use every day. You should probably use them, too. Spotify can be your go-to music app Spotify allows users to download music for offline listening. (Image: Twitter) The service gives you access to nearly any song — well, except maybe songs from Taylor Swift — on demand and allows you to download music for offline listening. One of the popular Spotify features is Discover Weekly, a customised playlist that’s updated each week with music the streaming service thinks you’ll enjoy. Free (with ads and limitations) or $9.99 per month Mvelopes help you manage your … [Read more...] about From Google Photos to AccuWeather, seven apps that will make life easier
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The app was developed to ensure that social distancing norms are followed at these outlets in the aftermath of the coronavirus outbreak. The state had put shutters on bars on March 23 and closed BEVCO outlets on March 25 after the first phase of lockdown kicked in. … [Read more...] about How To Use: Elusive on Play Store’s search, but spirited Keralites nail BevQ
CHENNAI: With over half a million downloads every day, a TikTok clone called 'Mitron' has climbed up the chart of top Indian alternatives for the Chinese short videos app within a month since its launch. Led by 31-year-old IIT-Roorkee alumnus Shivank Agarwal, with his team of less than 5 members based out of Bengaluru, the Android app Mitron - the word means friends, and is often used by Prime Minister Narendra Modi - was launched in April 2020. Designed for people to showcase and share their innovative videos, Mitron saw a 4x jump in downloads to 5.4 million between April and May 25, according to data from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower. Listed by its parent company Shopkiller.in, it has bagged a rating of 4.7 out of 5 on the Google Play Store. Speaking on the genesis of this self-funded app, a spokesperson for the team told TOI, "Indian consumers and content creators should be served by an Indian platform. We never aimed at competing with anyone when we launched our product. … [Read more...] about Amid rising anti-China mood, local app Mitron eats into TikTok’s India market in eye-popping manner
A total of 2,25,000 tokens were issued through the app on day one, according to Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. It is not clear whether all those who were issued tokens could buy their bottles from the outlets assigned online. The sum of the day's sales are yet to be out. … [Read more...] about Liquor sale resumes in Kerala after two months, but no cheers to BevQ app
The Aarogya Setu team in response to Alderson, said in a statement, “No personal information of any user has been proven to be at risk by this ethical hacker. We are continuously testing and upgrading our systems. Team Aarogya Setu assures everyone that no data or security breach has been identified.” … [Read more...] about Aarogya Setu app is now open source: what does it mean?