JioPages Launches Study Mode for Android TV & STB Users

Reliance Jio has added a new feature to its web browsing app JioPages, which is named Study Mode. This feature has been specially designed for the students. After this feature is activated, students will be able to concentrate on their studies.

Telecom company Reliance Jio has added a new feature to its web browsing app JioPages, which is named Study Mode. This feature has been specially designed for the students. After this feature is activated, students will be able to focus on their studies and their attention will not be lost. The company believes that Steady Mode will be of great use to the users.

Study Mode in JioPages

Jio’s new feature Steady Mode makes class-wise content available to its users. In this, users get suggestions of video channels according to the subject. Users can add these channels to their favorite categories. Apart from this, links are given to education websites, so that users can reach those websites directly and their time is not wasted in searching on Google.

The Study mode on JioPages is meant to sort a number of issues children often while studying at home. This includes the limited availability of devices, smartphone distractions, getting exposed to smaller screens that can affect the eyes. and more.

The new mode will provide users with curated videos on various subjects and class-wise content: all coming with easy navigation. There will be subject-wise channels, which can be added as favorites too. There’s also the ability to block ads. QuickLinks will allow kids to access popular education sites on JioPages.

The new JioPages mode comes in addition to the existing Standard and the Incognito modes. While the former is a default option, the latter enables a more private browsing experience.

People who will try the Jio web browser for the first time can download the app via the Google Play Store on their Android TV. Jio set-top box users will get JioPages as a pre-installed app. Once the app is installed, they will get an option to choose between the aforementioned modes. The modes can be changed by accessing the Switch Modes option in the address bar.

JioPages Supports 8 languages

JioPages web browser supports Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, and Bengali languages. Apart from this, an incognito, as well as an ad-blocker feature, has been provided in the web browser, with the help of which users can block unwanted advertisements.

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