Archive: April 30, 2020

What is K-POP? And Why Is It So Popular?

K-POP  (Abbreviation of Korean pop; Korean:- 케이팝) is a genre of popular music originating in South Korea, the term itself has been popularized since the 2000s, replacing the term Gayo (가요), which also refers to domestic pop music in South Korea.
K- pop is not just song or music, is fashion, the choreography, the teamwork, the beats, the feeling. It’s Korean culture.
Although it generally indicates “popular music” within South Korea, the term is often used in a narrower sense to describe a modern form of South Korean pop that is influenced by styles and genres from around the world, such as experimental, rock, jazz, gospel, hip hop, R&B, reggae, electronic dance, folk, country, and classical on top of its traditional Korean music roots.


South Korea is a country where everyone is beautiful and handsome. The reason behind this is Plastic surgery. It’s been said that one in five South Korean women has had cosmetic surgery. That is why South Korea is the largest market for Plastic surgery.
Modern k-pop is marked by its use of English phrases. In addition to music, K-pop has grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults throughout Asia. Resulting in widespread interest in the fashion and style of Korean idol groups and singers. They also called it HALLYU.



​​There are many other reasons for its popularity like the fact they can sing, dance, act, model, are quite intelligent. Since they are educated, yes education, the idols of k pop, are educated and well trained may speak many languages. The training and preparation necessary for K-pop idols to succeed in the industry and dance successfully are intense. Training centers like Seoul’s Def Dance Skool develop the dance skills of youth in order to give them a shot at becoming an idol. Physical training is one of the largest focuses at the school. As much of a student’s schedule is based around dance and exercise.

 In addition to music, K-pop has grown into a popular subculture among teenagers and young adults throughout Asia, resulting in widespread interest in the fashion and style of Korean idol groups and singers. They also call it Hallyu.

Dance is an integral part of K-pop. When combining multiple singers, the singers often switch their positions while singing and dancing by making prompt movements in synchrony. A strategy called “formation changing”The K-pop choreography (Korean: 안무, Anmu) often includes the so-called “point dance” referring to a dance made up of hooking and repetitive movements within the choreography that matches the characteristics of the lyrics of the song.

 The Pop music would be nothing without catchy hooks and sing-along lyrics. K pop is no different, making use of melodies that are instantly stuck in your head. 


 Let’s say BTS,  BTS (Korean: 방탄소년단; RR: Bangtan Sonyeondan), is a seven-member South Korean boy band formed in Seoul in 2010.
Peoples are all crazy for BTS Group, their music, dance, choreography everything will just touch your heart. BTS has extended its contract with Big Hit Entertainment until 2026. Since its highly successful debut effort. The group has been voted the most influential celebrity in Korea (in both 2014 and 2015). While BTS was the biggest boy band in 2016, EXO came back in 2017, ready to take their throne again.

Again EXO( exoplanet)- refers to the planet beyond our solar system. Exo is a South Korean–Chinese boy band based in Seoul, with nine members: Xiumin, Suho, Lay, Baekhyun, Chen, Chanyeol, D.O., Kai, and Sehun. The band was formed by SM Entertainment in 2011.


Some other bands of K-POP are as follows:


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Why World Book Day is celebrated on Shakespeare’s death anniversary?

There is a popular saying, “There is nobody in this world who hasn’t heard the name William Shakespeare”. This is false because I asked my parents whether they know him and they don’t. And I never promote fake news. But what I do promote is good article writing and a healthy lifestyle.

In this article, we are going to talk about the man himself-William Shakespeare. No matter how much you talk about him it won’t be enough. So many people have been inspired by his poems and plays. The countless number of arts made on the backbone of Shakespeare’s plays. The young and old or man and female, Shakespeare’s works are not bound by the chains of any discrimination.

Shakespeare wrote 35 plays and over 200 poems

Before bidding the world his final goodbye on 23 April 1564. This great poet, writer, and playwright penned more than thirty-five plays and over two hundred poems in his lifetime. Many have been translated into different languages of the world and have reached uncountable households and bookshelves. To commemorate his excellent life, UNESCO declared his death anniversary as World Book Day from 1995 onwards. The Indian Government followed suit in 2001.

William Shakespeare

 Started by UNESCO on 23 April 1995


When UNESCO decided to celebrate to start World Book Day. Their intention behind this was to create a culture of learning and create a love for reading among the children and the adults alike. The journey of reading has been evolving according to the times. Before, the books were heavy and bulky to carry and now one can carry a plethora of books in a tiny kindle.

 Literature distributed on the eve of Book Day

During the lockdown in India, government officials and NGOs distributed books to children to create an atmosphere of learning and growing in the times of trouble. India has been under lockdown for the last two months due to the Coronavirus scare and people need a way to keep themselves engaged and to get rid of boredom.

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miui 12

MIUI 12 Global: Upgraded Custom Skin By Xiaomi

Xiaomi’s developers have started work on MIUI 12, and an official of MIUI had already announced the release date of MIUI 12 along with the new features. Xiaomi was founded in 2010.

If you are an existing customer of Xiaomi, then you might have noticed a pattern from MIUI 7 to MIUI 11. It all started with MIUI 7 when its interface was completely changed after updating to MIUI 8. But then, there were no major differences in terms of looks between MIUI 8 and MIUI 9. Then again, the interface including icons, animation, app design was completely changed with the release of MIUI 10. The pattern was repeated again with the release of MIUI 11, which was almost similar to MIUI 10. In summary, it is generally seen that Xiaomi completely redesigns its interface and looks after every 2 years. In the same vein, there might some major changes in the upcoming MIUI 12.

Here we will list down all the major expected updates in MIUI 12 and the smartphones compatible with the new MIUI. 

1. Launcher and Gesture

Finally, Xiaomi might add an app drawer in their system launcher. There will be little changes in the icons, but the prime focus of Xiaomi will be on animation and smooth gestures.

You can see the gesture bar on the navigation panel the same as iOS 13. Using which you can control your smartphone through these gestures. All the gestures will be super smooth unlike the ones in MIUI 11. The gestures of MIUI 11 were patchy and unresponsive, but the gestures of the updated UI will be smooth as well as responsive. MIUI 12 is also filled with gestures, ranging from recent apps menu to open or close an app.

2.Dark Mode

With the new update, we get the full support of dark mode in the system apps. Meanwhile, if the panel of your Xiaomi device is AMOLED then you will get an option of dark mode 2.0. Dark mode 2.0 provides the functionality of pixel-level darkness to the user. With the exception of fonts and contents, the complete background will be painted pitch black on enabling the dark mod 2.0.

3. Background brightness

The brightness of background wallpaper will get brighter or dimmer depending on whether it is day or night. The change will be in a gradient manner. Along with brightness, the font-weight will also adjust automatically. The boldness of the text will adjust accordingly with time.

4. Focus Mode

We got a feature in Android 9 which helped in limiting our usage through screentime monitoring. In this update, we will get some advanced features to control our display time more easily. We can see the complete usage of a particular app and also how much time we used it. Also, we can set time for using a particular app.

A new feature added in MIUI 12 is the focus mode, It works exactly like zen mode of Oxygen OS. Therefore, on enabling this feature you will not be able to use the phone for a set amount of time, except for answering incoming calls. You can use this feature to concentrate on your other tasks.

5. Light Mode

The light mode feature used to be available in the older versions of MIUI but since the new updates, this feature was retired.

The light mode might make a come back in the latest update. This feature is rather very useful for senior citizens. Using the light mode feature, they can use their device with more ease as the complete UI gets converted into a simpler interface. It might also be helpful for those who are new to Android phones.

6. Game Turbo

Talking about a few app-based features, we got Game Turbo 2.0 pre-installed in the system. Game Turbo 2.0 helps in better optimization and smoother gaming experience. With the new game turbo, you get the added functionality of changing the voice to another gender. You can use this feature in games such as Pubg, Free Fire, Call of Duty Mobile. The new game turbo also provides better privacy.

7. Camera

There are no major updates of the camera, but the design will be minimal now in the latest update. Users can customize the camera layout, in which the customer can set a maximum of 10 functions according to his choice or usability. In the gallery, the user will get a sky filter to change the background sky of pictures. In these filters, the user will be able to record snowfall or rain in the background as a video. A major improvement in video recording is the added capability to change the quality of recorded videos from 1080p to 720p, helpful in reducing the video size drastically.

Release Date and availability 

The MIUI 12 will be released on 27 April in China.

Here is the list of smartphones which are going to get this update

Other features

Apart from the major features, there is no more requirement of an external app to see your sleep pattern. With this feature, you can schedule your sleep and wake up time. The feature will be available in the clock app. In MIUI 12 you can see that what is going on in the background means you can check the app history to see the app usage and can see the time in which the app uses your location, contacts, etc. in the background.

It is difficult to say comment on the overall performance, optimization, and battery backup of MIUI until it is available. There are many system bugs in the stable version of MIUI 11.

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Indian classical music is an unbreakable part of Indian music.

Music is a pleasant sound (voice or instrument) that inspires us to experience harmony and higher enjoyment.  Music is an essential part of human life.  Indian music defines a special significance not only within the country but also throughout the world.  The traditional form of Indian music is vibrant throughout the era and it has not only entertained the common people in the country, but it has lovers all over the world.

Music is one of the fine arts.  Like other forms of art, it requires creative and technical skills and the power of imagination since dance is an artistic expression of the movement of colors and painting, in the same way, that music is of sounds.  Just as there is a beautiful view for the eyes, the aroma is for the nose, the delicious dish is for the palate and the soft touch is for the skin, the music in the same place is for the ears.

There are also regional styles in Indian music, but the concept of basic unity i.e. ragas and rhythms is equally popular.  No wonder India has an influence on music patterns in other parts of the world.  Afghan music, Persian music, Russian music, and even Western music also show the influence of Indian ragas and rhythms.

Indian music best suits the best to classical dances and plays of India.

Classical Dance Styles

The dance itself combines action, song, mime, and rhythm.  A classical dance, such as Indian classical music, dominates the rhythm concept.  Hence the importance of music in dance is very good.

Indian music is based on melody. It’s bulit on raga and take concepts.  There are two major systems of classical music, the Hindustani system, and the Carnatic system.  The differences between them are more in practice than their theoretical foundations.  The most famous is the Natya Shastra of Bharata and the music of Sarangadeva.  Both systems show great assimilation power. They have also influenced each other. 

Indian classical music is an unbreakable part of Indian music. The introduction of music in India has been considered as the original source of the music of Vedas composed about three thousand years ago.  It is believed that Brahma Ji gave music as a boon to Narada Muni. 

Styles of Indian Classical Music

There are two styles of Indian classical music.  The first is North Indian or Hindustani music. While the second is South Indian music or Carnatic music. This requires strict adherence to rules.  It is believed that the vast river of Indian music continued to flow at a slow pace for centuries. It split into two streams after the Muslims arrived in India in the medieval period.

 North Indian Music (Hindustani Music)

Indian Music Instruments

There was a lot of change in North Indian music.  Music was no longer confined to the temples and became the court of the rulers.  At the same time, some new styles also came into vogue. Such as Khayal, Ghazal, etc. and Indian music was also introduced to many new instruments like Sarod, Sitar, etc.

Later the Sufi movement also influenced Indian music.  Later, many new systems and houses were born in many parts of the country.  Many new instruments came into vogue during the British rule.  Today’s harmonium, famous in the general public, came into vogue at the same time.  In this way, every era has contributed significantly to the rise and change of Indian music.

Carnatic Music

Swar Jhankar

While Hindustani music continued to evolve under the umbrella of Mughal emperors, Carnatic music became popular in the temples of the south. It’s the reason why Bhakti Ras is prevalent in South Indian works, and Shringar Ras in Hindustani music.

The South retained much of its original stream form. While the North Stream got mixed with Arabic, Iranian, and Central Asia music over time.Due to this, musical forms of Khayal, Thumri, Tappa, Tarana, etc. were born in the place of Dhrupad, and finally, their domination was established.

 In Carnatic music, any raga can be sung at any time, but in Hindustani music. The time of playing the ragas is fixed.  The whole day has been divided into eight hours of three hours each, and it is decided which raga will be sung and there is also a musical argument.

Keep listening music and keep healthy.

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Flutter vs React Native: which one is better in 2020

Nowadays there is a huge competition between Flutter and React Native in the market, both frameworks are used to develop cross-platform mobile app development. In other words, you need to write the code only once and it can be used to develop apps for iOS as well as Android.

While some programmers suggest Flutter, others recommend React Native as the better option for the future. But the question still remains, which should we choose for ourselves? And in which framework should we start the mobile application development? Normally, we cannot decide directly that React Native will be better or Flutter will be better. Thus, we are going to compare both of them on the basis of the following criteria.

  1. Launch Date
  2. Performance
  3. Hot Reload
  4. Component
  5. Language
  6. Documentation
  7. Native Look
  8. Industry Adoption
  9. Community Support
  10. State Management
  11. Choice

1.Launch Date

React Native released in the first quarter of the year 2015. The initial release of React Native was on March 26, 2015, and now the React Native is completely stable.

On the other hand, Flutter released in the second quarter of the year 2017. The initial release of Flutter was in May 2017, and it is also completely stable now.

In terms of release, React Native takes the lead since it came first and got the advantage of community support.

2. Performance

When it comes to performance, Flutter takes the point. React Native leverages the power of JavaScript for bridging with the native components while Flutter avoids the bridge to interact with the native components. For this reason, Flutter is the winner here.

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So here the clear winner is Flutter in terms of speed and performance.

3. Hot Reload

Both Flutter and React Native supports Hot Reload functionality. Hot Reloading basically gives you the functionality to keep the app running while you can inject new versions of the files that you edited at runtime. That means you can make changes in the app and show them on the mobile when you are debugging the app.

Therefore, it is a stalemate. Since both Flutter and react-native support Hot Reload.

4. Component

On the basis of component, Flutter comes slightly on top here. React Native uses third-party components whereas Flutter comes with all its components. Using third-party components might be better for the side projects or for a company but in long terms, programmers will mostly prefer Flutter.

Therefore, Flutter comes on top of React Native but only by a little.

5. Language

Now choosing a language can be a bit tough. Where Java might be better for someone and python might be better for another.

First, let’s talk about React Native, It uses JavaScript to develop a mobile application. On the other hand, Flutter uses dart as the programming language. But here the choice can vary from person to person. For someone, JavaScript might be super easy whereas for someone dart might be. But in the coding industry, almost every programmer is familiar with JavaScript.

If we talk about language then there no one is a clear winner but React Native can be called more favorable since it uses JavaScript. There is a huge community of JavaScript programmers so it will be easy for them to switch mobile development. Dart is also a super easy language but, learning a new language can be a little difficult.

6. Documentation

The documentation of Flutter is really amazing and simple. On the other hand, React Native doesn’t provide the best documentation, and programmers have to rely on third-party documentation. But it doesn’t mean that Flutter is the winner. Sometimes it can be confusing to use the validator and forms in Flutter. While Flutter can be complex and confusing at times, the documentation certainly helps the programmers to understand the things better. All things considered, Flutter comes out on top by a small margin.

7. Native Look

Native look refers to the appearance of your app and how closely it resembles your default operating system(iOS or Android).

Out of React Native and Flutter, React Native looks more closer to an operating system. That means components such as widgets, buttons, and seek bar of the app will look similar to default widgets, button, seek bar of iOS and Android.

As noted above, React Native looks more native than Flutter. As a result, React Native wins this round.

8. Industry Adoption

While some say the industry is adopting Flutter, others say the industry is adopting React Native. Many companies have started using Flutter but a huge industry is still choosing React Native to develop apps.

If some industry is thinking of moving from native app to cross-platform, then flutter is more preferable that the two as it is faster to build even from scratch. And also the bridging mechanism in react native makes it complicated to use device hardware. For this reason, Flutter is preferred for any apps using device hardware.

Here, in the criteria of industry adoption React Native is slightly better. Because the industry prefers to use React Native than Flutter yet.

9. Community Support

Without any doubt, the React Native has bigger community support in the market. Google is doing hard work to make larger community support for the Flutter. React Native takes advantage here because of the early launch, React Native came early in the market so that the developer adopts the React Native. It doesn’t mean that Flutter has no community support, the community around Flutter is rising day by day and is doing great. But still, React Native has a larger community support than Flutter.

In terms of community support, React Native wins this.

10. State Management

This is an important thing for a developer, both of those working life cycles and models are based on the state management but still, the state management is not the best in both of them. They can manage all types of state management but it increases the code complexity.

Hence, no one is the winner as both are based on state management. But that’s the reason, that developers still love to use Redux for State Management. Redux is fully supported by React Native as well as Flutter. 

11. Choice

This is last but not the least. It is most important amongst all these criteria. It is important to choose the framework in which you are interested.

Bottom Line

I hope you got an idea and all your doubts are clear by now. In the end, what matters the most is that you choose the one in which you are more comfortable, it can be either React Native or Flutter. But remember, choose the option in which you are comfortable to code with.

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What is Body Mass Index (BMI)?

The term Body Mass Index (BMI). It was first coined by the famous Belgian astronomer, mathematician, statistician, and sociologist Lambert Adolphe Jacques Quetelet in the year of 1830. Body Mass Index (BMI) occasionally known as Quetelet Index. It is a popular method used for measuring the quantifiable level of tissue mass in a person. Body Mass Index (BMI) is generally used to classify a person as underweight, normal weighted, overweight, or obese based on their level of tissue mass (fat, bone, and muscle) and height.

Therefore, BMI is calculated by the ratio of the weight of a person to their height (squared). Its unit is Kg/m2 or lbs/inc2. A chart has been provided by the World Health Organization.

(WHO) that categorizes a person based on their Body Mass Indexed score. The chart is as follows:

Category                                         BMI Score

Underweight                                   less than 18.5

Normal Weight                               18.5 – 24.9

Overweight                                      25 – 29.9

Obesity (Class 1)                             30 – 34.9

Obesity (Class 2)                             35 – 39.9

Extreme Obesity (Class 3)            40+

The relevance of the Body Mass Index is high with respect to the everyday fast pace of life. One can simply calculate their BMI score in order to understand their issues with health. Considering how stress and overeating can be associated with Overweighing and lack of focus can be associated with a symptom of underweight. People who score less than 18.5 or higher than 25 are also more susceptible to more diseases. And thus have a less mortality rate in comparison to those who score between 18.5 to 24 on the body mass index ratio.

Although the Body Mass Index is a pretty reliable way to determine the health status of a being. It has a few limitations as well. BMI works better only for the age group of people between 18-60. As teens and older people’s scores aren’t often reliable. The other being how BMI takes the whole weight (bone density, muscle, and fat) of a person rather than focusing solely on fat. Therefore it isn’t a reliable option for professional bodybuilders and athletes. In brief, the Body Mass Index is a way to make one aware of their current health which should be the number one priority of everyone.


Know All The Advantages Of Aloe Vera

Aloe vera plant belongs to the genus Aloe, it is found in the tropical climate. It is widely cultivated for its medicinal properties. People also use it for decorations in their homes since it grows easily in pots. Due to its medicinal properties, its usage can be found in many types of cosmetics and food grains. It is a miraculous medicine and has many benefits.

Some of the major benefits of Aloe Vera are:

1)         For health:

  • Good for the digestive system.
  • Builds the immune system of the body.
  • It helps with constipation.
  • It also heals wounds.

2)        For beauty:

  • It helps in treating various skin problems, such as rashes, acne, or dryness.
  • It can also be used as face masks.
  • Also, give your skin very glowing.

3)        For the diabetic patient:

  • Aloe Vera is a wonderful medicine for diabetic patients.
  • The diabetic patient can consume this twice in the morning before breakfast and in the evening before the dinner, keep at least 15-20 minutes gap before breakfast and dinner.
  • Aloe Vera reduces the sugar level in your body.  If you are a diabetic patient then drink it, but keep an eye on the blood sugar level.

is also very beneficial for teeth, it prevents from bacterial problems. In a study conducted on over 300 people, pure aloe vera juice was used as a mouthwash for 4 days. It has been found in the study that it is very effective in eliminating all the bacteria and the smell coming from the mouth. It helps in keeping the teeth clean.

Some side effects of this miracle plant have also been seen and precautions are also necessary to minimize any side effects.

  • Allergies – Those who are allergic to it should stay away from it.
  • Itching and redness – Before applying it, definitely test it on your skin.
  • Digestive problem – Some people may have digestive problems after drinking it.
  • Pregnancy and lactation – Pregnant women and lactating mothers should not drink it.

Aloe vera has countless medicinal and therapeutic benefits. Aloe Vera has many secrets of staying beautiful and healthy hidden in it. It rejuvenates the entire body.

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Abhigya Anand

A little kid Abhigya, who had already predicted the coronavirus? : Truth behind the statement

Nowadays the news is spreading too much about a little kid who is only 14 years old, the name is Abhigya. Many people are spreading the news on social media about his statement, that he had predicted coronavirus in 2019, and also he had given us a remedy to fight against corona. The remedy is to Stay Home. The little kid presents him as an astrologer. This all was fine but the question arises here that, Is he really correct? Did he already do the prediction about the coronavirus in June 2019? So here our team took it seriously and we did a little research on this statement by Abhigya( a 14-year-old kid).

Who is Abhigya?

Abhigya’s full name is Abhigya Anand and he is from  Karnataka, India and he is only 14-years old. Abhigya claims to be an astrologer. By the way, Abhigya is a Youtuber having 726K subscribers on youtube. A little kid Abhigya channel name is “Conscience” and it is an educational youtube channel by the kid. A little boy of 14 is spreading knowledge on youtube which is a great thing. He is doing amazing, we appreciate the kid. All things are amazing but there is a video on Abhigya’s channel which is almost about a year old. In that video the boy told about the prediction of the pandemic.

Prediction of the kid Astrologer

On 22 August 2019, there was a video uploaded on the “Conscience” channel on YouTube. The video was uploaded on Abhigya’s YouTube channel has been watched more than 5 Million times. It is about 20 minutes and 52 seconds of video. In the video, In that video the kid is telling us that there is a big danger for the world between November 2019 to April 2020. Abhigya has given the reason for these claims to Saturn, Dragon tail and Venus planets.

at that time all people make a joke about that statement. But now this video is spreading on social media that the kid was telling the truth and he is right or on the other hand few people are opposing that statement.

Predictions of Abhigya in a list

  1. There is a 99% possibility of war between Pakistan and India
  2. The prices of gold, silver and oil will increase a lot at that time
  3. Us-Iran war will erupt

In that 20 minutes and 42 seconds video, There is a talk about the war between November 2019 and April 2020 not about Coronavirus or any other pandemics.

Actual facts behind the prediction

So here we take a step ahead and see the actual facts in sequence behind the predictions.

  1. 99% of the chance of war between India and Pakistan claims to be false. There are no war situations between the two countries from November 2019 to April 2020. Yes, there have been incidents of ceasefire violations and somehow that is common between India and Pakistan. So the statement resulted wrong.
  2. According to the statement, the prices of gold, silver, and oil will increase a lot. But It is clear that any war affects the economy. This is not the fixed standard, and yes the economy got in trouble due to this pandemic but it is natural. And the statement about the oil resulted totally false. As we all know that, there is a huge decrement in the price of crude oil, prices have fallen drastically.
  3. In the third statement, the kid said that the war will erupt between Iran and US. But in between those countries haven’t erupted war since November 2019 to today. Yes, it is true that there is a rift between those countries since at the beginning of 2019. But the rift was continuing since before the video got uploaded. So it is also not a true statement.


We are not saying anything about the belief of people on astrology, it is the personal choice of every person. Yes personally, we do not believe in astrology but it doesn’t mean that another can’t.

But it is completely wrong to relate this video with this pandemic, because first of all the kid didn’t say anything about the Coronavirus or any other virus. And there is not even a single statement in that video which can prove it scientifically.

Bottom line

The prediction of Abhigya Anand on 22 August 2019 resulted completely wrong. He didn’t even mention Coronavirus or any other pandemic. Stay home, stay safe.  

smart debit card

Google Is Making The Smart Debit Card

Google already has its own online payment app named google pay, and now Google is working on its physical payment system which is known as a smart debit card. The search engine company Google is testing branded smart debit card, which will help customers for payment in the online store as well as offline.

TechCrunch report said that the company is making his Google Pay system more strong. This project of Google is the new centerpiece of the current payment system and with the physical debit card. Google will do a partnership with the banks, which can be easily paid like Visa card and MasterCard. Google will provide the option to their customer to do every kind of payment with a single smart debit card.

Customers Will Get A Virtual Card Number

Apple is also providing a similar card. Although Google’s card will work like a physical debit card and on the phone. It will work like a tape-to-pay digital card. It will also offer a virtual card number for online retailers to pay.

The Card Will Be Lock With Mobile App

The interesting feature of the card is, the user can lock the card through the Google Pay app even user could lock the complete account if the card theft or loss. At present, google’s card is looking more secure than the existing debit cards. And also few leaks says that Google can provide offers and discount with the card.

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YouTube Learning Channel

YouTube Learning Destination: YouTube Channel From Google

In this pandemic time, Google has been launched its YouTube Learning destination to help students, educators to find high-quality content from Educational focused creators on YouTube. The Channel has been available on YouTube since 16 March. In this platform you can learn quality content, and they are in a more interesting way.

There are more than 1.5 million schools in India and more than 360 million enrollments. They all are closed due to this pandemic COVID-19, all are at home. According to the current situation the teachers can’t physically teach the students. So here is the YouTube learning destination, where the students can get all quality content regarding their interest, there are separate playlists for each subject so that students can choose the subject according to their interest.

YouTube learning is providing content in Hindi and English. The other Indian languages including Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, and Telugu are coming soon. The destination is providing the contents regarding physics, chemistry, English, Hindi, etc. Google claims that there are contents ranging from physics to filmmaking, which is amazing for those who are passionate and want to learn some things in these stay home days.

YouTube learning platform is accessible in mobile phones as well as computers.

In this time those who are curious to study new things, and interested in knowing interesting stuff. Google’s YouTube Learning Destination by Google makes it easier.

So whether you want to learn something, curious about new topics, or preparing for a test. The YouTube learning destination can be the perfect place for those who want to learn. Stay Home, Stay Safe. 

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