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TikTok has received a major boost in India, with the Madras High Court finally lifting the ban on the app’s operations in India. Yes, you read it right, the Madras High Court’s Madurai Bench on Wednesday lifted the ban on popular video music app, TikTok, owned by Chinese company ByteDance, subject to certain conditions. Deciding the case filed by advocate Muthukumar, the bench vacated its interim order of banning the app, subject to conditions that pornographic videos will not be uploaded on it,

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Google Pay is now letting users buy and sell gold, securely and directly from the app. In collaboration with MMTC-PAMP India, an LBMA accredited gold refinery, the UPI-based Google app will enable users to buy 99.99 percent 24-karat gold in any amount. It will be stored on their behalf by MMTC-PAMP in secure vaults. It lets users sell the gold at any time for the latest price, as displayed on the Google Pay app.

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Facebook is removing around one million abusive accounts every day using Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), the Mark Zuckerberg-led social media firm said Monday, three days ahead of the first phase of 2019 Lok Sabha elections.

Ajit Mohan, Facebook’s Managing Director and Vice President, India, wrote in a blog post “We are absolutely committed to maintaining the integrity of the elections in India and will continue to work with local organizations,

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Do you know that cool feature that lets you watch videos while you’re using other apps? It’s called picture-in-picture (PiP) and YouTube is making it available to all Android users free of charge.

YouTube Premium has introduced a whole wealth of features that have helped ensure some sort of parity between the desktop and mobile experience. Most of that parity is ensured for mobile users globally via a monthly fee,

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With over 1 billion users, WhatsApp is the most popular chat platform around the world. These 5 new features will come soon on WhatsApp, make your chatting and even fun. So here are 5 new features that are coming to WhatsApp pretty soon.

1. WhatsApp Fingerprint Lock Feature

The iOS version of WhatsApp already brings support for locking the app with a fingerprint or Face ID on newer iPhones,

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Netflix is now looking to attract as many customers as possible before the streaming game gets more fierce. Content steaming platform Netflix is experimenting a weekly mobile-only plan for Rs 65 the lowest ever cost it has offered its services in, exclusively in India.

Netflix’s new Rs 65 weekly subscription will offer all the content that’s available on its other subscription plans but with a catch. The 7-day subscription will only offer individual viewing only on mobile devices.

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Snapchat, a favorite multimedia messaging platform has faced its fair share of problems previously. The Android version of its application has always been complained about not being on par with the performance of its iOS counterpart. While the app was fairly stable and easy to work with on the latter, the former faced a lot of lags and continuous slowdowns which resulted in a sub-par experience.

The company has freshly announced a new,

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Juho Sarvikas, Chief Product Officer, HMD Global revealed that the Mysterious Blacked Out Sensor on the new Nokia 9 PureView is the world’s first X-Ray Sensor ever provided in a smartphone. Juho also announced that the new X-Ray capability will be unlocked shortly on the play store with the launch of a new Nokia X-Ray App. They announced this news via a tweet by revealing the mysterious blacked out sensor used in the Nokia 9 PureView.Further,

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One of the reasons why Poco Launcher shined when compared to the standard MIUI launcher is it comes with app drawer and offers several customization features which are absent on the standard MIUI launcher. Furthermore, Poco did an excellent job by releasing the launcher app on Google Play Store so that even Xiaomi phone users can download it and use. That being said, it’s one of the best Android launcher apps available right now.

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Yes, you read that right. Facebook-owned photo-messaging app Instagram is giving users more control over their notifications by rolling out an option that would mute app notifications for a chosen period of time more like WhatsApp’s mute feature.

The feature is Called ‘Pause All’, the feature would switch off notifications for anywhere up to eight hours, Social Media Today reported on Wednesday. You can “Enable” the ‘Pause All’ under Instagram >>>

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