Reliance Jio has launched a JioPages, a revamped version of its Jio Browser. The “Made in India” browser, “designed for Indians” will provide an alternative to the likes of Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
JioPages has been built using the powerful Chromium Blink engine that was developed with the contributions from tech giants like Google, Microsoft, Adobe Systems, Opera Softwares, Samsung, and IBM.
This will enable JioPages perform actions much faster and smoothly, therefore enhancing user experience. The new browser is designed to keep the privacy of user at its core while using “encrypted connections”.
Jio Pages is now available to download for Android users on Google Play Store.
- : Jio Pages comes with eight Indian languages; Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu.
- : The users can block ads using the Ad Block+ feature of Jio Pages. Not many browsers provide this facility.
- : Jio Pages also supports incognito mode, but it is more than that. Users can choose to secure their private surfing with either a four-digit PIN or a fingerprint lock.
- :- The new browser will provide users the facility of customising their content feed according to their region and favorite language.
- : Jio Pages intelligently collects your user data to analyse what are your interests and preferences, and then customises your content feed accordingly. The users can choose their favorite theme enjoy a personalized experience.
Reliance under Jio Platforms is looking to establish a digital empire of its own in India. Jio already has a strong hold over the telecom sector of India, thanks to its 40 crore (400 million) subscribers who have made Jio the biggest player of the industry in a very short time. Jio also has a host of smartphone applications like JioPay, JioCinema, JioTV, JioNews, JioMart and JioMeet.
With JioMart app, Jio is also eyeing e-commerce business which is presently dominated by Amazon and Flipkart.
Recently, Reliance Jio announced that it is working with Qualcomm to develop 5G network technology in India.