Featured Post Tech

Top 8 Websites to Use When You Are Bored

The monotony and solitude of a quiet life stimulate the creative mind.

-Albert Einstein


Everyone gets bored with doing the same repetitive tasks, right? And hence where a creative find comes to play because when we are occupied with several tasks we do not get time for ourselves to think, and therefore, we are not able to discover and explore the fun and creative aspects.

Even a content writer gets bored surfing the internet in search of good articles and blogs. So guess what? So, I went through a bunch of sites, and what I find? A few interesting and fun sites can be put to use while suffering from boredom.

So what are you waiting for? Sitting idle, and feeling monotonous? Let’s hop on into some interesting sites and get you out of your comfort zone as well as boredom!

There are a variety of sites that are fun and produce unique content on an everyday basis. Here are 8 suggestions –

1. Unlimited books for free

Being a writer, I would firstly recommend reading books. So this one is for all those who like reading. Several sites are available to hop on and start reading books. Kindle is free and paid, but there is another site to go on – Wattpad which is again free as well as premium, NetGallery (free), and many such.

2. Pinterest

To begin with, we all like seeing creative ideas and exploring them more. Watching trendy ideas and putting them to use is one of the fun things to do. Pinterest has lots of trendy, new, and creative ideas to work upon.

3. Buzzfeed

Another interesting site to surf across can be Buzzfeed. They have the most interesting content on their site, from news, and entertainment to fun and whatnot, it is altogether a creative and fun site to light up your mood!


Reddit is a fun site. It is basically for people to find like-minded people like themselves. They make memes. They post humorous memes and troll Youtubers, and others. The trolls can be quite hilarious to watch even. You can also use the site for knowledgeable purposes, to learn something new and useful like about business, finance, crypto, etc. you can, you can also ask questions also explore fan edits as well for their favorite personality.

The best part is if you don’t see something of your interest you can build your own community.

5. Quora

Quora is another site where you want to spend some in gaining knowledge. Over there, people post questions and answers.

People give answers to people’s questions of various interests. It is yet again an interesting site and you get to gain lots of information from it. It is also great to read about different perspectives and opinions people hold related to various topics. You get to know about different people and also about their interests. You also can get multiple answers to one question.


You must have heard about 9Gag. They are the coolest and funniest of all. They post the finest collections of memes. It is one of the best sites to kill your boring time. They also have an Instagram where they are much more active and enthusiastic. So you can follow them too on Instagram and check that out too.

This is not sponsored Advertisement for the Instagram page of 9Gag.   

7. Tumblr

It is fun blogging and social media tool that allows people to publish their Tumbleblogs or short blogs. It is a site where even celebrities, influencers, and television personalities are active at the same time. It is a microblogging platform and social networking website. Good quotes, and reading beautiful and expressive poetry can be found easily on Tumblr. The site is full of creative artists and writers.

8. Video streaming sites

How can we forget this? Video streaming sites are the most entertaining and the best way to pass the boring time. For all the movie fanatics, or cinephiles, this could be the most visited, and engaging site to be at. There are a bunch of video streaming sites that are paid and free. To name a few –

Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Mubi, Youtube, Hulu, and Fmovies.

One of my favorite sites to surf for binge-watching movies, shows, etc. is Youtube and then Fmovies because the best part of the sites is that you can watch almost anything here, and all the movies and shows are readily available here that too free.

The second best to recommend is Netflix because that is also one of the most interesting places to be at. They have their original series which can be enjoyed without any disturbance, Ad-free, and you can even watch them with friends, and family by streaming your favorite shows or movies with your favorite people through Netflix watch party. This is the best feature and extension that can be used to enjoy your time.

There are lots of various sites available to surf and spend time to kill boredom other than these. These were a few that I enjoy talking about and writing about!

Go and kill your boredom right away!

Written by: Tanvi


Ways to keep yourself secure from internet fraudsters, scammers, and spammers; insights from Faisal Abidi and Raghib Khan of RNF Technologies

How do you ensure the security of your critical information on the internet? It can be challenging to know how to act when you’re so used to throwing caution to the wind when surfing online. On the one hand, you want to embrace the internet and all of its risks, but on the other hand, you want to protect yourself from fraudsters, scammers, and spammers who want to take advantage of people like you and me. In a webinar, Faisal Abidi and Raghib Khan, Co-Founders of RNF Technologies, shared some helpful ways to keep yourself secure on the internet.

Change your passwords regularly

Hackers have become so sophisticated that they can probably crack most passwords in seconds. So don’t make their job easy by using easily guessed passwords like your pet’s name or birthday. Instead, create a unique password for each account—even similar ones (such as two email accounts you use). To increase security, change passwords often—at least once every six months. Also: don’t share any of your passwords with anyone else; if you need to share an account with someone, create a unique passcode. It will allow them access without giving up control of your account.

Use different passwords for different accounts

Most of us share a small handful of passwords across multiple online accounts. Unfortunately, this is bad news: if you do end up getting hacked or having your account compromised by a spammer, you’re likely going to have big problems on your hands—and it might be hard to determine where exactly everything went wrong. So never reuse passwords for multiple accounts. Instead, opt for a password manager like LastPass (which even lets you generate super-secure passwords) and unique passwords for every account that requires one.

Don’t give out personal information

The easiest way fraudsters can scam you is by getting your personal information. That includes your credit card number, bank account info, or social security number. So don’t give out personal details in any emails you receive – especially if it involves money! If it seems too good to be true or if there are spelling errors in an email, chances are it’s a scammer trying to steal from you.

Avoid links you can’t verify

Never click on a link unless you can verify its legitimacy. Never share your personal or financial information with anyone until you are sure you know who it is. To avoid phishing scams that trick you into handing over your passwords or other sensitive information, ask companies if they will contact you via email instead of asking for it directly—and make sure it’s actually them sending these messages! A little common sense goes a long way to avoid fraudsters.

Use 2FA

Two-factor authentication is a great way to keep yourself extra secure on your accounts. With 2FA enabled on your email, you’ll need your password and a unique code sent via text message to log in. That means if someone does get their hands on your password, they won’t be able to access your account—unless they also have access to your phone.

Report phishing emails

If you’re ever in doubt about an email or get an email that seems out of place, report it. By reporting spam emails, you help others from becoming victims of a phishing scam. To do so, look for a spam button at or near the top of your inbox and push it. This will forward any information found within that message directly to your network provider or provider of choice.

Keep your devices up-to-date

No matter how locked down your passwords are, you’re never completely safe on the web. Scammers often use your data against you by catching out unsuspecting people who aren’t keeping their devices up-to-date. To reduce your risk of online fraud, make sure you install software updates as soon as they’re available; these updates often include critical security patches that help protect against security breaches and malware.


A Techno-muggle’s Guide to Cyber Privacy

In a time of surveillance, tracking and data breaches, we need to be in control of what information we hand over and to whom

(Image Source:

Earlier last month Apple rolled out the twelfth version of its operating system for the iPod, iPhone and iPad in its annual World Wide Developers’ Conference (WWDC). In May Google released the ninth version of its mobile OS called Android P. Although the highlights of both the events were not as glittery as those of their respective previous developer conferences, there were some big steps indeed, taken to facilitate the future of operating systems, specifically mobile OS, towards safeguarding personal data.

Out of the many announcements that the two tech giants made, one stood out (for me at least): Enhanced Tracking Prevention for iOS 12 and macOS Mojave. In WWDC 2017, Apple put out a feature called Intelligent Tracking Prevention for Safari (its web browser for macOS and iOS) in which the ability of an app to track us using cookies is dramatically reduced. (FYI: cookies are a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer’s hard drive when you access the web site. They are there for websites to remember information like your browsing activity or any piece of information that you enter into a field.) Startlingly enough, the ‘Like’ and ‘Share’ buttons and ‘Comment’ fields can be used by social media websites to track us, regardless of us clicking on them or not. This year, Apple shut these tracking tools down.

In addition to cookies, data companies use another method called fingerprinting to dig out our data. Just like we can be traced by the fingerprint on our fingers, our device can be traced down by a unique fingerprint constructed by these data companies, based on a set of characteristics (device configuration, fonts, plug-ins, website activity). By including an antidote to this issue in this year’s iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, Apple has made it much harder for companies to create our device’s fingerprint and track it.

A discussion on data privacy is far from being complete without a mention of Google’s policy. While Google does have security and protection tools of its own, incorporated in both of its platforms – Chrome OS and Android – it still is a less reliable ecosystem, since it heavily depends on advertisers to run its own internet industry. Generally speaking, the Android user interface is more like a box of LEGO®; you can tweak and toggle between various settings and have more control over the OS than you would in an iPhone. However, the disappointment sets in when one realises that Google mines way more data of yours than Apple and stores it on the cloud. For a service, say augmented reality, Google uses ‘cloud anchors’ in which data is synced up to the cloud and then back down again, while Apple does it all locally, under the same Wi-Fi network. Google relies on its machine learning algorithms to analyse this collected data on the cloud, which is the reason why its AI, including the Google Assistant, is better than Apple’s AI and Siri. But, in the long run it is our data which travels far and wide in the Googlosphere, even without us knowing at all.

So here’s the ugly truth: businesses are all going online, the flickering sponsored ads on almost every webpage and the ads before every YouTube video are inescapable, still they are cashing upon our attention and consequent clicks. The internet has become a self-sustaining ecological space, though on a virtual plane. Almost like a tenth planet. And the biggest irony, rather hoax, of it all is that nothing is free, even if it is claimed. Even an innocent cyber-voyeurism comes at a price, both literal and metaphoric. Everything is a part of a larger commercial chain.

In light of recent events like the Cambridge Analytica scam, wherein the personal data of more than 87 million Facebook users was allegedly breached for the purpose of electoral campaigning by the Republican Party in the 2016 US Presidential Elections, it has become all the more important for us, the active consumers, to be in charge of our own privacy and security.

To our relief, in April 2016 the European Union (EU) passed a rule called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which sought to set new rules for how companies manage and share personal data.  Although the policies were initially carved out for the protection of data of citizens within the EU and the European Economic Area, it was put in effect for companies all over the world to observe the new regulations, since their online services are consumed in not just Europe but globally. This regulation was implemented on 25th May 2018, the effect being the recent wave of almost every other company rolling out its updated privacy policy, updating their terms and rewriting contracts. The emphasis of the GDPR is on pseudonymisation (or full anonymisation) of a user’s personal data while storing it and on explicit, informed consent in case the data needs to be made available publicly.

Our vulnerability towards privacy breaching can be lessened by the GDPR and the updated company policies but only to an extent. There are options for privacy control existing out there, waiting to be toggled ‘ON’ or ‘OFF’ by just a single tap of ours. Where to find them and when (or why) to use them is the ultimate fun of this post.

If you have an iPhone, iPod or iPad running iOS 11 or above, you need to head towards Settings and look for Safari. Under the heading ‘PRIVACY & SECURITY’, you would find several decisions to make. Turn ‘Prevent Cross-Site Tracking’, ‘Block All Cookies’, ‘Ask Websites Not to Track Me’ and ‘Fraudulent Website Warning’ to ‘ON’, if they aren’t already. Make sure that the ‘Camera & Microphone Access’ is turned ‘OFF’. Also, put the ‘Block Pop-ups’ to ‘ON’, which is located just above these options. Lastly, go to the Privacy subhead within Settings and tap the last category, ‘Advertising’. Put ‘Limit Ad Tracking’ to ‘ON’ and then tap ‘Reset Advertising Identifier…’ Disable contact, calendar, microphone, camera and location access for the apps that you don’t require.

If you have an Android or a phone with an Android-like OS, go to your Settings and search for (or type) ‘Activity Controls’. Since the Settings menu is different for all the Android phones, you won’t find it in any one corner, hence search by typing. Disable search tracking, voice tracking, your apps’ history (like YouTube) and location tracking for the apps you mostly wouldn’t want. In the settings for ‘Apps’, tap the gear icon at the top and then on ‘App Permissions’. You would find permissions for various sources of information – Calendar, Contacts, Location, Camera and Microphone. Tap each one and disable any dubious apps that you think are not needed. Under ‘Privacy & Security’, disable ‘Accept Cookies’ and enable ‘Show Security Warnings’.

As a general advice for all smartphone users, put a passcode on your lock screen; it’s safe to have lost a phone with a passcode that only you know of. Whenever you charge your phone from new/unknown places offering USB hubs, SWITCH OFF your mobile and then charge. This prevents any hacking malware from entering your phone’s on-board memory.

For ensuring internet privacy on a laptop, similar settings for disabling and deleting cookies, enabling ‘Do Not Track’ option and disallowing websites the access to location, camera and microphone can be adjusted, by going inside Settings for Safari or Chrome. Also, put an opaque cardboard/plastic piece over your webcam to be immune to potential hackers spying on you through your webcam. You can remove it only while having a video call. It is important to keep in mind that blocking all cookies is going to be a problem (like, when using mail), so you can, in fact, enable ‘Allow Sites to save and read cookie data’, but then do enable the ‘Keep local data only until you quit your browser’ option, so that your data doesn’t linger around even after you’ve closed your browser.

I am no software engineer or gadget guru; just a techno-muggle figuring out the binaries and grey areas of the Siliconverse. Although this article does not cover every possible data hygiene practice, it should suffice for safeguarding against a majority of bugs, bloatware, malware, privacy hackers, personal data breaches and data phishing incidences. Follow these suggestions and you shall be good to go (online!). The information assembled here is striven to be made entirely authentic and has been cross-checked. Still, in case of any inadvertent error, please do write your feedback.


(By:Syed Mohammed Afnan)


Role of Technology in Education

Technology plays a vital role in every aspect of our life. It has broadly transformed all our day to day activities like play, work and even learning. Nowadays, several educational institutions have embraced technology realizing its importance in education. More and more educational researchers should be encouraged to determine a better way to incorporate the use of technology to enhance learning.There is an immense change in the field of education till date once it embraced technology. Here are some of the points that illustrate how technology has improved education over time.

Image: Wikimedia

Immense access to study materials

Now both students and teachers have access to an expanse of materials as there is a good deal of websites on the internet with the resourceful information. The internet consists of an array of knowledge and it does not limit pupils to one person’s opinion. Nowadays, students enjoy understanding concepts and resources like NCERT Solutions For Class 8 through the advanced methodology of learning.

Students can develop valuable research skills at the early age

Technology provides students quick access to plenty of quality information with just one click. This leads to the faster phase of learning than ever before.

Flipped classrooms

In flipped learning, the study materials are provided beforehand. It is opposite to traditional classroom-based learning. For example, the students can watch video lectures in their home and its discussion can be carried out in the class hours.

Digital Textbooks

The main advantages of digital textbooks is that they can be easily learned from any location using smartphones or tablets.  It is more cost-effective compared to regular textbooks.

Visit us to get NCERT Solutions For Class 8 Science. These resources are important for students as questions in CBSE exams are frequently taken directly from these textbooks.

Muskan Lath Tech

China using Artificial Intelligence to record facial expressions of High School students

A new device has been developed by one of the biggest suppliers of security cameras, Hikvision Digital Technology to monitor the facial expressions. They are developing  their own AI technology.

Sina news reported that there is a school in Eastern China that is using special cameras to monitor the facial expressions of high school students. These cameras are a part of “Smart Classroom Behaviour Management System” and help the teacher to keep a close watch on students attentiveness.

This can prove to be a great leap in the teaching system as this will help both the school and the student. Teaching faculty will be able to know if the student is taking interest in the lecture or is taking a nap. This will help them in designing a syllabus according to student’s interest which will eventually help students.

“Using this system we can see which classmates are concentrating in class and whose mind is wandering,” Ni Ziyuan, the school’s head teacher, was quoted as saying.

“The system only collects students’ facial expressions and behavior information,” the school’s vice principal, Zhang Guanqun, told news outlet the Paper. “It can improve interactions between the teachers and students.”

Image Courtesy: Daily Mail

The system will be able to identify various expressions of students such as, happiness, anger, fear, repulsion,etc. It also will give students a real time attentiveness score. Additionally, it will also be able to keep a track of attendance by face recognition.

A month long trial of the system was taken by the school and gradually the students accepted the monitoring and improved their behaviour.

“Beforehand in some classes that I didn’t like much, sometimes I would be lazy and do things like take naps on the desk or flick through other textbooks,” a student was quoted as saying.  “Since the school has introduced these cameras, it is like there are a pair of mystery eyes constantly watching me, and I don’t dare let my mind wander.”, said an anonymous student.

China with the largest population in the world is using security cameras nationwide to match citizen’s face with his identity in a matter of 3 seconds. This led to many criminal suspects.

Featured Post Tech

Robot Reboot

Robots have been around for a while. Until a couple years back, robots were capable of doing relatively simple mechanic jobs: vacuum cleaning, lawn mowing or surveilling the house.  It is only in the past two years that robots have been rendered a consciousness and have been made for use by the general public. Their form and function are changing by the day and are furthering the quest of an automated life.

The social humanoid robot Sophia, developed by Hanson Robotics (Hong Kong), made headlines since October last year, when she became the first robot in the world to be recognised with a citizenship (by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia). She is envisaged to be helpful in healthcare, therapy, education and customer service, as she grows through being trained in lab and interaction.

This year at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 in Los Angeles (USA), a robot owl named ‘Luka’ was shown by the company Ling, which can read bed-time stories to children. The idea behind Luka is to encourage children to read by themselves. Jiawei Gu, the Chief Executive of Ling, assures that Luka can never take over the bedtime-story time of parents, but if, some time, the parents are not there, kids can continue to listen and read their book. While, at first, robots like Luka might pose a threat to assuming important roles like that of a parent, on the bright side, it is a gadget to keep children away from other gadgets. In an age of mobile phones and tablets, Luka, indeed, takes a move towards something organic and helpful.

Likewise, breakthroughs in sociorobotics brought to the field of medicine can partly compensate the need for emotional comfort. Every year, thousands of kids are diagnosed with cancer. And the treatment they get can last from a few months to years. In a quest to provide comfort and joy through this daunting process of treatment, the company Aflac launched its social robot companion, My Special Aflac Duck, at CES 2018. This plush buddy responds and moves in a life-like natural way. The kids can feed them, bathe them and interact with them. The duck can dance, cuddle, quack, ape young patients’ mood and go through the same therapies in order to lift some stress off, built up during the treatment period.

Also at CES this month, two big daddies of technology – Sony and LG revealed some of their robots. These Concept Robots are designed for various places for different tasks. LG, for example, showcased their three bots – a Serving Robot (which would serve meals in hotels, restaurants or airports), a Porter Robot (which can pick and carry luggage) and a Shopping Robot (which can provide grocery service and automatic payment at supermarkets).

Sony acquainted us with its Aibo, the autonomous robot dog, which can potentially deepen its emotional bond with its owner family members.

What were once thought to be hands for machines are now given a reboot, while they enter the process of being human.

(By: Syed Mohammed Afnan, student of Jamia Millia Islamia pursuing Masters in English)


Internet – The Current Era

Internet begins with the development of electronic computers in 1950’s. ARPANET adopted TCP/IP on January 1st, 1983 and from there researchers research about the internet or the network of networks which lead to the modern internet. The online world then took on a more recognizable form in 1990.internet is the global system of interconnected computer networks that use the internet protocol suit to link devices world-wide. Using an internet is very easy. As for now internet is available in all major villages, towns, cities, of almost every country. It is possible to use or surf internet with the help of internet browser like Google chrome, Windows Explorer etc. The major internet companies of India are BSNL, Vodafone, Airtel, Aircel etc.

Talking about the uses of internet, this era can be called as an internet era as 95% of people uses internet for their daily needs. Internet is successful because of the availability of information. The better the quality more the usage. Internet has large volume of information; internet can be used to get information from all around the world. This information can be related to business, education, medical, tourism, entertainment etc. All the newspapers, magazines and journals pf the world is available in it. Internet is also used for communication via E-Mail, video call, chatting through different software. Social networking has grown widely that people can connect with old friends on social networking site. More over use of internet can be seen in the field of banking transactions. Taking the field of education half of the examination are held through the internet the online examinations, even registration of examinations, results of examinations are all available in internet. For example, JEE main admit card, NEET 2018 results etc. are available in internet presently.

Internet is useful in many ways as it gives all the information needed. It is now being used in locating and travelling by which they guide us to the destination using particular applications like google map etc. technology has increased in a huge way due to the introduction of internet. Multiple tasks can also be done using internet. Like you can check NEET 2018 Results online.

Internet usage has seen marvelous growth. From 1999 to 2010, the number of Internet users internationally rose from 396 million to 1.859 billion. In 2010, 25 percent of the world’s inhabitants had entree to computers with 1.5 billion searches daily, 299 million Internet users reading blogs, and 2 billion videos watched every day on YouTube. In 2015 the world’s Internet users exceeded 3.5 billion or 43.7 percent of worlds inhabitants, but two-thirds of the users came from richest countries, with 79.0 percent of Europe countries inhabitants using the Internet, followed by 60 percent of the Americas.

The predominant language for communication on the Internet has been English. This may be a consequence of the source of the Internet, as well as the language’s role as a lingua franca. Initially computer systems were restricted to the characters in the American Standard Code for Information Interchange (ASCII), a subset of the Latin alphabet.

This Article is sponsored by Getmyuni

Featured Post Tech

These new features of Whatsapp going to give you Goosebumps

The most popular and used instant messaging app Whatsapp is all set to surprise users with its brand new features as a part of its update. Android users are now able to doodle and customize their pictures with emojis before sending them to individual or group chat. You can overlay emoji to the pictures, as well as adding your own handwritten notes in various colors.New updated version of whatsapp would enable you to see the new editing and doodling tools while capturing or sharing the saved pictures in your android smartphones. However, this feature is currently not available in iOS.

Apart from the Snapchat like features, whatsapp has also launched the video calling feature in beta mode, for now in windows phone only. It hasn’t been rolled in Android and iOS but it will soon. The feature was first spotted by a Spanish website, which reported that a few beta testers were seeing video calling option in their Windows handsets. The user is given two options when pressing the call button in the app: voice and video calls. While the voice calling is already available in the app, the video calling enables the users to view the video of the person he or she has called via chat app.

Well, after whatsapp calling, video calling feature is all set to double its popularity among the users.

Mohit Kulasari Tech

Whatsapp slew features relating text formatting and sharing files

Beginning of this month, Whatsaap introduced two cool new functions to their new update 2.12.535 which allows users to format their text by making it bold, italicize and word they want to strike. First the option was only for the Google play beta testers but now has started for the regular users, starting with IOS.

The IOS v2.12.535 brings its users a unique way of formatting the text in which users get a combining option of all the options in a single message. All you need to do is to write a text that you have to see in bold *inside asterisks* if you want your phrase in italicize _between underscores_ and word you want to strike through ~between tildes~.

Users can also combine theses tools in a message, as if users want to combine bold + italics, they can type _*between respective symbols_*. Similarly if they want to combine all three in one than they can type ~_*between the respective symbols~_*.

The two options, strikethrough as well as combining all three has come to the Google Beta app or version v2.12.561. As still on android all users are not able to use this option, on other side v2.12.556 available in Google play, or v2.12.559 available in the company website.

Earlier this week Whatsaap has rolled out an update for the android users that bring a unique function of quick reply via notifications. The function comes to v2.12.560 and available to beta testers who have signed up with Google play.

The other important feature included, is the option to share files shared in their Google Drive. The documents should be in the form of PDF and should be stored in device rather than cloud based. To share the files one need to choose the `Browse other docs` option in `Document` under `Attachment`.

Pallavi Rohatgi Tech

Cheapest Smartphone launched in India- The Freedom 251, it’s features, controversy and present status

Ringing Bells unveils the Freedom 251 Smartphone, delivering on its commitment of launching the cheapest Smartphone in India. Bookings for the Freedom 251, which has been priced at just Rs.251/- making it undoubtedly the cheapest Smartphone in the world. Bookings began on Thursday at 6am.
With such a low pricing the the smartphone makers in Noida , NCR is aiming to make it within the reach f everyone. Ringing bells says this has only been possible with the ‘immense support’ of the Indian Government under the Make in India Program.

The specifications of this Freedom 251 is as follows-
Freedom to Flaunt
Memories can be captured and displayed on the 4 inch (10.2 cms) qHD IPS display.

Freedom to Capture
With 3.2MP AF Rear Camera & .3MP Front camera capture best moments of your life. Freedom 251 with its inbuilt touch less technology is Ideal for perfect Selfie. For Selfie lover’s life just got a little easier.

Freedom to Connect
Don’t let a moment to share your creativity pass you by. Enjoy the boundless freedom of staying connected to family, friends or followers wherever you are with an enhanced connection that gives you everything you need at lightning fast speeds.

Freedom to Explore
Freedom 251 comes with 1.3 GHz Quad core Processor capable of fast and responsive performance. 1GB RAM and 8GB internal memory, all the space you need. The storage is further expandable up to 32GB via an external SD card.

Freedom to Talk
With its 1450 mAh battery, Freedom 251 gives you more time to talk, text, Play and watch videos without needing to worry about running out of power.

Freedom to apps
The Freedom 251 Smartphone ships with a number of apps pre-installed on it. Some of which include Women Safety, Swachh Bharat, Fisherman, Farmer, Medical, Google Play, WhatsApp, Facebook, and YouTube. Ringing Bells assures that it has more than 650 service centers across different parts of India, and is giving one-year warranty on the Smartphone.

According to a survey conducted about 14% of the Indian population uses smart phones and this Phone from Ringing Bells possesses revolutionizing the Country to a vast extent.The phone was launched on 17th Feb by the esteemed BJP’s politicians,Murli Manohar joshi and MP’s Politician Om Prakash Sakhlecha.
Questions raised
The phone looks more or less like Apple’s I phone which is actually amongst the best serving and costliest phone worldwide.

Sometimes back Ringing Bells even came up with World’s cheapest 4G Smartphone priced at Rs.2999/- Apparently with such a craze where everyone wanted to loot the phone to their earliest the website crashed due to orders trafficking disappointing many buyers who stood awake for hours to grab their hands on this cheap deal. The current question is will it be able to live upto the promises made and expectations of the people??