Amazon India Adds Home and Kitchen Products Amazon India has added two new categories to its website - Home & Kitchen products. The company claims to offer more than 6,000 products which includes products like pots and pans sets, kitchen tools, dinnerware, juicer mixers, kettles, air fryers, irons and vacuum cleaners and others. It also seems to have introduced a new home decor section within the Home & Kitchen product section, through which it is offering products like wall clocks, art prints, photo frames, candle holders and vases among others. Last week, the company had added four new categories - toys & games, baby products, personal care & healthcare products and late last week, it had also added fashion jewellery and watches category. Updated Cleartrip iOS app Online travel booking site Cleartrip has redesigned its iOS app to add support for the newly released iOS 7. The app is currently available as a free download on the iTunes App store. Saavn Pro Lite Extended to iOS Online music streaming service Saavn has updated its iOS app to extend its paid subscription service Saavn Pro Lite to iOS users in India. The service is a cheaper alternative to Saavn Pro and offers a similar ad-free experience, however users can save music up to only 1GB on a single device, with no option to sync music across various devices. The service was launched in July 2013 and was previously available for Android users. Along with this, Saavn has also introduced support for 320kbps audio downloads for premium users and added features like endless search and…
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