For years, the smartphone market has been dominated by Google's Android OS and Apple's iOS. While these operating systems are very advanced, using them also comes with certain restrictions put by their respective parent companies.
Recently, Apple came under fire for not letting users download applications from a third-party source and creating monopoly over the market place.
Google is facing same kind of allegations. But now, things might be changing. Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IIT) has developed an Indian OS called BharOS which is focused on privacy and security.
The developers claim that it will work exactly as Android or iOS but also allow users more control over their devices. Check its unique features.The Indian Ministry of Education revealed the operating system through its official Twitter account.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com