The Panasonic giving the extension to their artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning program by adding the Arbo Hub app in it. As per the Panasonic, the Arbo hub allows users to access multiple apps and services on a single platform and that’s why the company also called it “Arbo Hub – Your ‘Go-To’ App for everything“.
The Arbo Hub app is not going to available on Google Play store or App store publically instead of that it is meant exclusively for Panasonic smartphone users. Initially, it will be pushed to the last year launched Panasonic Eluga ray 700 phones via air update(FOTA).
Furthermore, two new smartphone models Panasonic P85 NXT and Eluga Ray 710 those are announced today at the Arbo Hub event in Delhi will get the Arbo Hub pre-installed.
The Panasonic has partnered with a couple of apps such as la, AccuWeather, NewsPoint, MobiKwik and Gamezop to provide a content aggregated ecosystem platform where people can get all useful information and services under one roof of Arbo Hub.
The Arbo Hub app will also solve the problem of installing multiple apps for different services. Now where the AI part of the Arbo Hub will work. This ‘Go-to’ app for everything app will automatically be identified the specific user’s interest and needs in order to provide all services on one single platform and decluttering multiple apps on the smartphones. A user will be shown information, data, content, games, and shows which are relevant to them.
For example, If a person needs the real-time information about the weather then the Arbo Hub has the Accuweather, for news based on different interest such as updated on cricket, live score, horoscope and more it has the NewsPoint. In same Ola and Uber for cabs booking and Famezop for HTML-5 based games. Covers e-payments via MobiKwik, allowing the user to pay utility bills.