On December 7, the Supreme Court released Android version 2.0 of its mobile application, giving law officers and nodal officers of different Union Ministries access to view court proceedings in real-time.
The smartphone application may be downloaded from the Google Play Store, and the iOS version would be made accessible in a week, according to Chief Justice of India D.Y. Chandrachud.
The mobile application, which was previously available, gave access to attorneys and record-keeping advocates to observe court proceedings. Additionally, it displayed the state of the cases, orders, and rulings. Few media representatives were given access during the pandemic by the then-chief justice N.V. Ramana so they could virtually see court sessions.