Top 5 Alternatives To Amazon Prime Video In India

Amazon-PrimeIt’s a tough time for everyone. Now, more than ever, keeping in mind the ongoing pandemic situation, everyone is looking for a way to entertain themselves. Hands-down, the most popular source of entertainment, is binge-watching web series.  Watching movies and web-series is keeping us glued to our seats and helping us pass time.

If you are someone who uses Amazon Prime, you will know exactly what they have got to offer. But, what to do if you run out of options on Amazon Prime? Is there any alternative to it? If this is a lingering question in your mind, then there is some good news for you. TheAppleGoogle has come up with Top 5 Alternatives To Amazon Prime Video in India, which will help you explore the entertainment world to its depth with the variety of options available. Read More

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Apple Is Now Going For “Made In India”

Apple in planning to move a large portion of its production to India. From now onwards, a lot of iPhones will have “Made in India” embedded on them instead of the standard “Made in China”. Apple has Foxconn, Wistron and other providers who handle manufacturing for all of Apple products and they have already started to setup factories in India. Read More

Apple TV+ Will Be Available In India For Just ₹99 Per Month

Apple finally announced their new iPhone 11 models along with the new iPad and the new Apple Watch Series 5. Apple also revealed the pricing of Apple TV+ and Apple Arcade. The Apple TV+ will cost $4.99/month for people living in the US and other countries while the users in India will get it for only $1.40. Read More

WhatsApp Hits 400 Million Users In India

The most popular instant messaging App, WhatsApp, has now gained 400 million active Indian users on its platform. This means that out of 450 million users that are using a smartphone in this country, 400 million are using WhatsApp for day-to-day communication. Seems like this App is dominating over Messenger and other texting services in India. Read More

Google Maps Is Testing ‘Off-Route’ Feature For Indian Taxis

Google Maps is on a serious role these days where they have been adding new features frequently to enhance the user experience. Now, they are testing a new feature called off-route which is basically aimed at helping people who use taxis in India. So this feature will let these people know instantly if their taxi is off course from the given route while not informing the taxi driver about it. Read More