Aarogya Setu app new ‘feature’ will now allow users to delete their account and erase all data

Aarogya Setu app now allows users to delete their account and erase their data from the app with its latest update on Android and iOS versions.

The government-owned Aarogya Setu app currently permits its clients to erase their records forever. The most recent Feature which accompanies another update of the application, likewise lets clients delete every one of their information put away by Aarogya Setu. India’s first COVID-19 tracker app, Aarogya Setu, has been downloaded more than 12 million times at this point.

The development team behind the application has said that the new changes on the Aarogya Setu app are accessible on both Android and iOS gadgets. Aside from the referenced updates, the app will also allow users to approve for third-party apps to access users’ health status. To locate this new option, you should go to Settings and afterward tap on Approval for Aarogya Setu Status.

This new element will permit outer apps to get to your health status from Aarogya Setu. Currently, this element is right now accessible just on iOS gadgets.

To erase the record, clients need to open Settings and afterward, head to “Delete My Record” option which erases your record as well as on the head of that, your app data from the Phone is erased as well. The element is accessible on iOS Devices as delete_account_title.

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The application had additionally reported another feature which will presently show a rundown of individuals with whom you have been in nearness – enough to set up a Bluetooth association. It will permit individuals to recognize clients they have interacted with – truly, or something else.

“This will enable you to assess your risk. Some BT contacts can be for short durations during travel, some can be when you have Masks on without any physical contact. Always important to take necessary Precautions and monitor your symptoms,” Aarogya Setu tweeted.