Here's all you need to know about the much-talked-about Android-rival, BharOS.
Developed by IIT Madras, BharOS aims to benefit 100 crore smartphone users in India by offering a more secure and private mobile operating system.Source: BGR
BharOS is an AOSP (Android Open Source Project) based operating system with no Google apps or services.Source: BGR
BharOS does not come with any Google Services, unlike AndroidOS. BharOS does not come with any default apps that the user is forced to use.Source: BGR
It comes with company-specific Private App Store Services (PASS) that will let you access trusted apps.Source: BGR
Developers aim to cut down reliance on foreign country OS and services. It intends to contribute to atmanirbhar bharat.Source: BGR
As of now, it is not available to download on mobile phones.Source: BGR
'Tested Indian ‘Operating System’ - BharOS developed at @iitmadras with @dpradhanbjp Ji; A leap forward in PM @narendramodi Ji’s #AatmanirbharBharat journey.', wrote Minister of Electronics and Information Technology.Source: BGR