The government has launched its first app, which will let people in India sign and print a copy of the Quran.
The app will allow people to view and sign their copy, but users will have to sign up for a WhatsApp account to do so.
It’s a similar concept to the one that was launched last year to make it easier for people to pay bills online.
Users will also be able to make an appointment to view their Quran on the app.
People who sign up will be able send copies of their Quran to their families and friends, according to the app’s description.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the app last year after a government panel found that the Quran had become a tool for spreading extremism in the country.
More to come.