Sorry iPhone Users – You Will Not Be Able To Use These 5 Government Apps!

These 5 Vital Government Apps Are Unavailable To iPhone Users

Applications have become increasingly important to us as computing tools over the past few years. With the use of apps, we can easily schedule travel, medical appointments, banking and financial services, and utility bill payments. These apps also provide access to a number of significant government functions. These include Aadhaar, PF, public sector banks, and many more things. However, even though Android users may access the majority of these services through Google Play Store, they are absent from Apple App Store. Therefore, iPhone owners are unable to use them on their devices. These well-known apps are listed below.

1.     MyGrievance

The MyGrievance app, developed by the National Informatics Centre in partnership with the Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, enables users to file complaints against federal and state government agencies. Users can follow the progress of their complaints in real time with the app.

2.     Jeevan Pramaan

Pensioners can access biometric Aadhaar-based Digital Life Certificates through the app. Using the Jeevan Pramaan ID and the app, users can download a PDF copy of the certification.

3.     myCGHS

The software, which is accessible to central government personnel, lets users schedule, change, or view appointments with doctors and wellness centres. Users of the app can also check out the hospitals and labs that are listed on the panel for their treatment.

4.     Registration and Stamp Duty

The Registration and Stamp Duty app is made to assist Meghalayans in understanding the approximate Stamp Duty amount and Registration costs necessary for the registration of land under the East Khasi Hills District Sub-exclusive Registrar’s authority.

5.     PMO India

It is the Indian Prime Minister’s Office’s official app. The app provides all the most recent data, news updates, and information about the Prime Minister’s office. The app has ‘Mann ki Baat’ with PM audio and video recordings, and it’s available in 13 different languages.