Apple Will Move Out Of Small Stores In India To Gain Back The “Premium” Presence

Apple has decided to stop selling iPhones via small stores in India that are not averaging more than 35 units in a month. This is because the company wants to regain its dominance as a Premium product manufacturer in the Indian market and push the entry prices of iPhones up by Rs.5,000. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will also be discontinued soon and the new prices will take effect with iPhone 6s an iPhone 6s Plus. Read More

Spotify Gains 1 Million Indian Users In Record Time

Spotify was launched a week back in India and to no surprise, the music streaming service has gained over 1 Million users already. The climb in subscriptions in such a short time has happened because people had been waiting for the service in this country since a long time. As expected, the numbers jumped up in just a week’s time and users are enjoying all the benefits of the free ad-based service. Read More

Spotify Has Finally Launched In India

After much anticipation and waiting, Spotify is now accessible to millions of music listeners in India. The company had announced that it will land in the country by the end of January and there were some legal issues that forced them to delay the launch. Now this music streaming service is finally here, users get to have a free trial for a month before moving towards the premium subscription. Read More

Snapchat Partners With Local Creators For Discover In India

Snapchat has finally launched Discover in India after testing it out in the US and UK with original shows and location based content on the platform. Snapchat says that the Indian users will get to watch content that suits their taste and will be done in partnership with Indian publishers, media houses in the country. With the local content on Discover, the company aims to increase the user base on the App from India. Read More

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Instagram Is Working On Hindi Language For Indian Users

Instagram is testing new ways to reach the non-english crowd in India, and is planning to introduce the Hindi language support on the popular photo sharing platform soon. This move is aimed at reaching a wider crowd across the remote areas of India. The App currently has a total of 241 million monthly active users who make up a large part of the business for the company. Read More

iPhone XS And iPhone XS Max Is Now Available In India

Apple will be selling the newly launched iPhones in India from today. The sale will go live at 6pm on all offline and online retail stores. The company will be offering the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max to their Indian customers, and reports claim that Apple has imported around one lakh units for both models to make sure that the launch proceeds smoothly. Read More

Apple Accused Of ‘Data Colonisation’ In India

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Telecom Regulator Trai launched the Do Not Disturb App in June, in India last year. The App allows a customer to report calls from spammers and messages from the same, directly to the telecom regulator, on which further action will be taken. However, Apple have been not allowing the App to be made available on their platform. R S Sharma, the chairman of Trai, have attacked the Tech Giant. The matter have not been looked into, for a year and the frustration has come out in the form of accusations.
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