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Indians spend roughly 3 hours a day on smartphones, but are they paying big bucks for apps?

February 12, 2018

Mobile app usage in India has boomed, but Roopa Kudva shares with The Economic Times how usage may be different for India's next half billion coming online. Kudva notes that local language content, such as that provided by our investees IndusOS, Pratilipi, and Dailyhunt, will be critical to building this population's comfort with using the internet. Read the full article here

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