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Aarogya Setu App was installed 50 million times in just three days

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Aarogya Setu app is launched a few days ago by the Government of India for Android and iOS users. It is COVID-19 i.e. Corona Virus Tracking App, which tracks people whose corona virus test is positive through Bluetooth and location. It has been just three days since the app was launched, but in three days this app has become India’s top free app on both Google Play Store and App Store. 5 million people have installed this app on their device on Google Play Store. Those who do not know about this app, let them know that this app helps users to know whether they are at risk of corona virus infection. Has he been inadvertently infected by coming in contact with a corona virus infected human or not.

While writing this news, the Aarogya Setu app had been downloaded over 5 million times on the Google Play Store. Arnab Kumar, the program director of Frontier Technologies at NITI Aayog, also tweeted that Arogya Setu app managed to reach close to 8 million installs within three days of launch. Although the number of downloads of this app has not been revealed on the App Store, but it will definitely appear on the Arogya Setu App top in the Health and Fitness section.

The Arogya Setu App can be considered the official source of all information related to the corona virus, which can help prevent the spread of Kovid-19. The government is using different means to promote its use, including school. The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has suggested that students, teachers, parents, staff and other family members of all schools and institutions install and use the app.

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The Arogya Setu App helps in knowing and countering the threats related to the corona virus. All this information has been given by the Health Department of the Government. Apart from this, you will get support of many regional languages like Gujarati, Marathi etc. in addition to English, Hindi in this app. For those who were worried about the privacy policy due to Bluetooth and location track access sought in the app’s registration process, the government has claimed that the store data in the app is ‘encrypted’ and not shared with any third party app. Will be done. The government says that this data will be shared only with the Government of India.

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