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Reliance’s JioPages browser will now show you live election updates: here’s how to check

Reliance Jio is making it easier to follow election updates. The leading telecom operator is introducing a new feature called Live Election Updates on the JioPages app. The browser from Jio is gaining this feature ahead of the key election phase in the country.

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With this new update, JioPages users in the country will see Live Election Updates on the homepage of the app. Reliance Jio confirmed that users will see live election updates on the result day. The homepage will show live count of the election results. Jio users will also be able to follow exit polls with this new feature.

How to follow live election updates on the JioPages app

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JioPages is a web browser that will now show live election updates

  1. Download JioPages app on your Android smartphone from the Google Play Store
  2. Open the app and view the homepage
  3. With the new update, the homepage will show election updates right below the frequently visited web pages option
  4. Click on the election updates section to get more information including live election count and exit polls data
  5. Scroll through the live election updates section to get information from five different news channels

Reliance Jio had launched JioPages as a free web browser just three weeks ago. The app is currently available only on Android. The new live election updates feature is powered by News18 and will go live with the Bihar election results tomorrow. Jio has confirmed that election updates will be available for future elections.

With Jio Platforms’ unprecedented funding rounds this year, Reliance is bolstering its ecosystem of applications. JioPages is one such attempt to offer a rival to Google Chrome, Opera and Microsoft Edge in the mobile web browser market. The app borrows the design elements we come to see with mobile browsers. With new live election results, it is adding features that will appeal to Indian users.

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