BharOS, India's national mobile operating system, is expected to take the place of Android

BharOS, India's national mobile operating system, is expected to take the place of Android ...

According to NDTV, India has developed its own mobile operating system BharOS. It has been tested by the Indian Ministers of Communications and Information Technology, Electronics and Information Technology, and Education.

As part of India's digital independence initiative, JandK Operations Private Limited (JandKops) developed the open source BharOS mobile operating system with the support of the Government of India.

Users of the BharOS mobile device will have a bare OS and complete control over the installations of unknown, uninteresting, and inconvenient applications and services.

BharOS will enable users to download and install updates without user intervention. PASS (Private App Store Services) is a public application that has gone through rigorous testing and meets stringent security requirements.

BharOS is currently being provided to a few Indian institutions who work with sensitive information.

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