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Centre launches app ‘SEZ India’ that provides detailed information about the country’s Special Economic Zones

The government has recently launched a new mobile app called 'SEZ India' that will deliver detailed information about the important economic areas

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New Delhi, Jan 16, 2017: The government has launched a mobile app called ‘SEZ India’ that provides detailed information about the country’s special economic zones, an official statement said on Sunday.

Launched earlier this month under the Centre’s e-Governance initiatives, “the app would help the SEZ units and developers to find information easily and track their transactions on SEZ Online System,” a Commerce Ministry release here said.

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“Developers and units can now file all their transactions digitally through SEZ Online system and track the status through the SEZ India mobile app,” it said.

The app, which is available on android platform, has four sections – SEZ Information, SEZ Online Transaction, Trade Information and Contact Details.

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The SEZ online transaction is a dynamic submenu that tracks the Bill of Entry and Shipping Bill processing status, besides doing verification.

“The app also helps the Importers/Exporters track the status of Bill of Entry/Shipping Bill integration and processing,” the statement said. (IANS)

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Photos-only Mode On Facebook’s Mobile App to Suggest Algorithmically Suggested Photos

Facebook's in-app 'photos only' mode is under testing

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A photos-only mode for Facebook's mobile application is under testing. Pixabay

A photos-only mode for Facebook’s mobile application is under testing and it would let users see algorithmically suggested photos in a feed similar to its photo sharing platform Instagram.

The feature, named “Popular Photos”, affixes an endless scroll of algorithmically selected images from friends beneath the full-screen view of a photo opened from the News Feed. The result is an experience that is similar to Instagram feed, TechCrunch has recently reported.

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Facebook already has Stories, messaging, profiles, and its IGTV-esque Watch video hub. Pixabay

A mode was first spotted in October and the trial has since concluded. The new feature is being worked on with future tests in mind.

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The company refused to disclose more details or its motives for Popular Photos. Given Facebook already has Stories, messaging, profiles, and its IGTV-esque Watch video hub, it’s only the Explore tab and a dedicated media feed that are missing from it being a full clone of Instagram, the report added. (IANS)