The Heart Rate app, which was available on the iOS App Store until recently, told users it was measuring their pulse by using the Touch ID module on their iPhone. 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. The app, called "TRAI DND-Do Not Disturb", aims to help Indian users curb unsolicited marketing phone calls and text messages, an issue that has become hugely problematic in the past few years. The app by TRAI allegedly shared user's call and message logs with authorities in India.
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) approves the Do Not Disturb app in India to avoid an iPhone ban.
The name of the app that has been made available to iPhone users today is TRAI DND - Do Not Disturb. Apple has since taken the Heart Rate app down from its App Store. That's one of the most downloaded apps in the Play Store-removing it for fraud could force Cheetah Mobile to get its house in order.
Background: As already mentioned, Google does this every year, and same as before, you can access all of the content that we've mentioned here via the company's "Best of 2018" section in the Google Play Store that is linked above. According to laid out guidelines, any updates have to go through an iOS App Store so Apple can verify the integrity and safety of the new versions being rolled out to the public.
Two other notable additions this year include TikTok, the music video app formerly known as Musicall.y, and Cash App, Square's P2P payments app. TRAI had apparently given Apple a deadline of January 2019. If you are someone who deals a lot with spam calls or texts, this app is definitely useful and could come in handy.
If you were, for some reason, hoping to download CM File Manager or Kika Keyboard, I have some bad news. Reporting is done through sending of an SMS to 1909, the official number for the objective.
Legally Blonde's Jennifer Coolidge - portrayed as Paulette Bonaforte - was also seen giving sound advises in the song. Jonathan Bennett , who played Aaron Samuels and Stefanie Drummond , who played Bethany Byrd, both made cameos.
Steve Smith's attorney said there will not be a lawsuit if Rock is reinstated, but he said Rock will be at the parade tomorrow. Kid Rock , a brash Detroit-area musician whose real name is Robert Ritchie, for a while teased a Republican run for the U.S.
Prince Muhammad met South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto on the sidelines of a G20 summit . With such a keen focus on the US President's trade policies, Mr Trump started the summit with what he certainly considers a win.
On Saturday , Trump and Xi agreed to put a stop to their tit-for-tat tariffs row, which had roiled world markets for months. Even so, the Buenos Aires breakthrough may calm investors who anxious about financial damage from the trade hostilities.
Qatar would continue to produce oil and seek deals in countries including Latin America's top oil producer Brazil, said Kaabi. Qatar has pulled out of Opec , the group of 15 of the world's leading oil producers, to focus on enlarging its gas industry.
We fixed that, kind of, and it always happens that the first step is it costs you a bit of fluency and creativity. In some games, we played not-that-nice football and didn't get a result, but nobody remembers it".
A live webcast of the approach and landing InSight to Mars will be carried out on 26 November on the official website of NASA . If you're in New York City, the historic NASA InSight Lander landing will be broadcast on the Nasdaq screen in Times Square.
Riyadh has long sought to distance the crown prince from the incident, despite increasing evidence directly linking him to it. Current US president Donald Trump said Bush had "inspired generations of his fellow Americans to public service".
Bush had a form of Parkinson's disease that caused slow movements and difficulty balancing, among other symptoms. According to Sully's Instagram account , he also spent a lot of time frolicking on the beach and playing fetch.
This will be the second time in recent memory that CAF has stripped a country of hosting rights of a continental tournament. Africa's governing body of football made the decision Friday after a meeting of its executive committee.
Urban Meyer retiring after the Rose Bowl
Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer is set to announce his retirement at a press conference Tuesday, the school announced. Meyer has piled up wins at Ohio State after a similar run over six years at Florida that included two national championships.
UN Security Council to meet on Iran missile test
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said President Trump is building a new world order based on the foundation of American values. The Iran nuclear deal , although highly controversial, was considered one of the Obama administration's major legacies.
Saudi prince starts Sunday a two-day visit to Algeria
Khashoggi was living in exile in the U.S. at the time of his murder, but had been growing in his criticism of the crown prince. 'I will not be surprised that the oppression will reach even those who are cheering him, then others and others and so on.
Former US president George HW Bush dies aged 94
George H.W. served as vice president to Ronald Reagan from 1981-1989, before becoming president and holding office from 1990-1993. One of the youngest pilots in the Navy, he flew 58 missions off the carrier USS San Jacinto. "We will miss him dearly".
Argentina judge acts on complaint against Saudi prince
In the briefing, Pompeo argued that the war in Yemen would be "a hell of a lot worse" if the United States were not involved. Chris Murphy of CT , a supporter, said he was more confident about the resolution vote after the briefing.
Michael Clarke hits out over ball tampering blame claim
R Ashwin concedes that the conditions in Australia will be very different and that it will be hard to run through the opposition. We play our best cricket when you're fighting. "I thought the ball came out pretty well (off my hand)".
Ukraine bans Russian men from entering the country
In response to Sunday's events, Poroshenko has imposed martial law in much of the country, a move that won parliamentary backing. The EU first slapped sanctions on Russian Federation after it annexed the Black Sea peninsula of Crimea from Kyiv in 2014.