It is interesting if you are an Indian, or somehow you are interested in India, here are some Android apps which you will love to install on your Android Device. These Android apps for Indian Penal Code, COI, CPC and they allow you to improve your insight about the Indian Laws and Constitution.
Android apps for Indian Penal Code, COI, CPC and more [Free]
Here is a list of the apps, have a look.
- IPC App
- Constitution of India Ap
- CrPC App
While it is best to always check the official website of Law and Justice for latest & accurate changes, but if you need something on your phone, then here we go.
1] IPC – Indian Penal Code
Indian Penal Code (IPC) is the full code, covers all the substantive aspects of criminal law. You can read more about IPC @ Wikipedia. If you want to know more about the different sections of the IPC, the acts which are considered to be an offense, the punishment for the crime and so on, then this app is for you.
This Android app named as “IPC – Indian Penal Code” has it all, it supports searching as well, and has the complete Indian Penal Code (IPC) and ACTS in a Readable format. It has all the 511 sections in an unedited form. If anyhow you have the interest to know more about laws, you need this app. The app also has the sharing options; you can easily share a Section from IPC on Facebook, Twitter, via email, SMS, etc.
2] Constitution of India
The name says it all, this free Android app named as Constitution of India allows you to go through the constitution of India. All the functions and features are similar to the IPC App.
- Available in OFFLINE mode (No internet required)
- Contains offline MCQ’s (Multiple choice questions)
- Polity eBooks (NCERT & NIOS) are available in Hindi and English
- Online Notes and Articles to boost your UPSC IAS Preparation
- Option to Add articles, schedules, etc. to a Favorites list for quick access.
3] CrPC Handbook of Criminal Code
If you are interested in just the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) this app is for you, this app has the complete CrPC in a readable format, you can through the different sections, also you can search the CrPC and share the sections, and all the features are the same as for the previously mentioned apps.
- Sections by Chapters
- Search Sections
- Recent Last Viewed Section
- Share Details of a Section, etc..
In my opinion, if you are an Indian, or residing in India, all these apps are worth having on your Android smartphone. It is probably one of the simplest ways to get educated about the Constitution of our country.
Also all these apps don’t need an internet connection so you can utilize them whenever and wherever you want, so go ahead and download these apps, even if you don’t feel like downloading any of them, I will recommend downloading at least the app which talks about the Constitution of India, give it a try.
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