First time Disney has partnered with a third-party app market in India to promote some of its most popular games world-wide.
9Apps, part of Alibaba Group, has tied up with Disney India's Interactive business to host and promote over 300 popular mobile games from its gaming catalogue. 9Apps will now showcase games that include Inside Out Thought Bubbles, Mickey Cup, Minnie Cake Factory, Toy Story: Smash It!, Where's My Water?, Lion King, Cricket World Cup Fever, ABCD2, Arjun: The Prince of Bali and many more.
The collaboration falls under 9Apps' Top Developer Program, an initiative under which 9Apps aims to foster an ecosystem for digital content developers to reach out to their target audience. Last quarter, 9Apps also launched a $20million InDev Program to help Indian independent and startup developers with specially designed solutions, especially in user acquisition and monetisation.
As per the TRAI report, Jio offers overall download speed of just 6.2 Mbps.
With this opening, Google seems to follow its fierce rival Apple's strategy of offline selling. But, Apple has been long in this business and apparently is one of the leaders as well.
This step is yet another attempt by Vodafone to counter Jio's free calling and 4G data services.
The 4GB variant will come at CNY 2,799 (approximately Rs 27,800) while the 6GB variant will come at CNY 2,999 (approx. Rs 29,800).
The update has been confirmed by Motorola on its official website on India.
Earlier, there were speculations about an upcoming OnePlus 3 variant called OnePlus 3S or OnePlus 3 Plus.
Recently, Nokia D1C was appeared on GFXBench bench-marking website with 13.8-inch display.
It also houses a fingerprint scanner, which is embedded on its home button.
The Huawei Enjoy 6 reportedly features a battery of 4000 mAh and 3GB RAM.
Moto M will be the first Motorola smartphone to feature a fingerprint scanner at the back.