jiopages: Reliance Jio’s browser JioPages comes to OnePlus TVs brings new modes and more

OnePlus has announced its partnership with Reliance Jio. The collaboration offers the integration of Reliance Jio‘s browser JioPagest with OnePlus TVs. OnePlus claims that JioPages browser will provide an enhanced browsing experience to its TV users via a faster Chromium engine migration that catches up with new web trends. It will help offer enhanced webpage rendering along with consistent desktop-like experience on the TV screens, coupled with smoother mouse navigation and voice search, and an in-built Adblocker, as per the company.
Reliance Jio launched JioPages browser in 2020. It is built on Chromium Blink engine. Earlier this year, Jio added Secure Mode to JioPages browser. The mode allows users to access private browsing without the need of any browser extensions.
OnePlus claims that VPN and Secure Mode, the two key highlights of JioPages, will enable users to access global content securely and without browser ads. In addition, OnePlus TV users can browse through the Top Sites of various categories in one click and add their favorite websites as Quicklinks on home screen. With Quicklinks, a wide variety of Jio specific content such as JioMart, JioCinema, JioSaavn would be just a click away.
For those unaware, JioPages comes with regional language support which enables the user to navigate the app in Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, and other regional languages. This will ensure that OnePlus TV users get access to a selection of curated videos across a variety of categories with personalized recommendations and the language of their choice.
OnePlus TV users can select from three browsing modes: Standard Mode, Private Mode, and Study Mode. Targeted at students, the Study Mode provides a class-wise curation of educational content along with subject-wise channel suggestions, as well as quick access to popular educational websites.

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