08 June 2017 at 10:51 BST

New app delivers Indian legal judgment updates

Indian court judgments can now be accessed through a recently launched app which selects information from multiple courts across the country.


A new app, InCourt,  selects relevant news from multiple sources from different courts of India and summarising news and judgments in 60 words or less.All summarised stories contain headlines, a brief description along including its background and relevant images in efforts to provide the end user updates of numerous latest legal cases in an easy digestible way. It is also designed to get simplified legal updates to people faster than ever before.

'Want to change the way people look at the Indian legal system'

Based in Delhi, InCourt was founded by Sanjay Aggarwal, M Abhijnan and Jatin Sahani last year. Mr Aggarwal, who has some 20 years’experience in the legal business said: ‘We really want to work hard and bring a value product to the people. We want to change the way people look at the Indian legal system.’ Following a pilot project last September the InCourt app got 17000 downloads in its first three months. The company is now seeking funding in order to grow the team and refine its technology.


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