Apple complies with Indian regulation ahead of deadline

TRAI’s DND app is free to download on App Store for iPhones and iPads

TRAI’s DND app is free to download on App Store for iPhones and iPads

TRAI DND will help Indian users to curb unwanted spam calls and messages by reporting them to their respective telecom service provider (TSP).

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) approves the Do Not Disturb app in India to avoid an iPhone ban.

The TRAI DND app is already available on Google Play store.

The new app from the regulator will allow the users to report telemarketing calls and messages. Coming back to the threat of iPhones being banned, earlier this year TRAI had warned Apple about hosting the app on its App Store or face a ban of its devices in the country.

You can see the main categories and winners below, although there are also more granular lists on the main Google Play Awards page, such as "Most Entertaining" app and "Best Hidden Gem" - ideal if you're looking for some fresh apps to sink your teeth into.

Today's App Store App deal, 6 iOS paid apps gone free for iPhone on December 1. There are reports that claim that an average person receives up to 10 unwanted calls and messages in a single day. Looking at the deadline Apple has finally implemented the new app and it is available on App Store. Apple had maintained that it would violate its policies if it allowed access to call logs and text messages of users. However, users should keep in mind that "registration of mobile number under DND will take upto 7 days" after requesting to activate the facility with telecom service providers. However, the user will be responsible for any loss occurred if they report these Call/SMS.

You can find all the categories in the "Best of" 2018 awards over on the Google Play Store here.

The iPhone maker swept out the apps because their developers pushed updates without its permission, The Telegraph reported Thursday, citing local reports.

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