Reliance has launched JioPages, which is a made in India browser, it’ll boost Reliance digital presence. The Chromium Blink engine makes JioPages more powerful and also provides an enhanced experience of browsing through the fast engine migration, rendering of webpages, efficient media streaming, faster loading of pages, Emoji domain support along with the encrypted connection, Jio mentioned in a statement.
JioPages services will be available in eight Indian languages, which include Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.
The JioPages browser is only available on Google PlayStore and an Android smartphone user can access for now.
Let’s check some features of JioPages made in India browser:
JioPages users will an option to make any other search engine as their default search engine, they can even make any of their favorite websites as their homepage to save access time.
The user would be able to use a variety of color and theme options to set in the background, there will be a night mode option available to make it eye-friendly.
JioPages will also provide customized content feeds in the selected language, region, and topic, it will also provide the important notification depends on the user interest.
They will be providing information and trending cards, like cricket live scores, commodity prices, and stock market trends on the screen, which will be clickable.
There will be a by default option which will categorise the downloaded files, which makes it user friendly.
The browser will have the Incognito mode, which will enable the user to prevent the browsing history from being saved in the browser, and it will also have extra safety options like PIN or fingerprint to access the Incognito mode.
There will be an option to block the unwanted ads in the browser.