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Paytm is back up on the Play Store within hours of its takedown

Paytm is back up on the Play Store within hours of its takedown

Paytm is One97's flagship and one of India’s biggest all-round financial services apps — and perhaps even the most widely recognized and accepted in the country. Many Paytm users were left perplexed when the noted app went missing from the Play Store earlier today. As it turns out, Google has pulled the app from its marketplace for violating some of its gambling-related policies.

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Indian banking app Paytm no longer works with remote access apps like TeamViewer or AnyDesk installed

Indian banking app Paytm no longer works with remote access apps like TeamViewer or AnyDesk installed

Spam and fraud protection are great features to have in apps, especially if they handle your finances. It’s one thing to take precautions, but it’s another to downright block other apps that could enable such nefarious purposes. For Paytm—a well-established, mobile-first payment service in India—remote control and screen sharing apps like TeamViewer and AnyDesk are now considered security risks.

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Amazon India now supports a Hindi version of its mobile storefront

Amazon India now supports a Hindi version of its mobile storefront

Google isn't the only American tech giant improving on its Indian language support — Amazon has now launched a Hindi version of its Indian app and mobile website. It will be the first among India's other major e-commerce platforms to offer an Indian language version.

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Splitwise adds support for Paytm in India

Splitwise adds support for Paytm in India

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[Update: FreeCharge too] Google Play credit can now be bought using Paytm in India

[Update: FreeCharge too] Google Play credit can now be bought using Paytm in India

Carrier billing, a process whereby paying for things on Google Play out of the monthly bill from your phone carrier, is a process that is getting infinitely more popular as time goes on. Indian prepaid mobile recharge company Paytm is now offering a slightly different spin on the concept, by allowing a user to buy, or 'recharge' Google Play credit through their Paytm account.

The way this works is pretty simple.

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