Accessible documents policy – Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

This policy explains how accessible the documents DESNZ publishes on GOV.UK are. It covers PDFs, spreadsheets, presentations and other types of document. It does not cover content published on GOV.UK as HTML: the main GOV.UK accessibility statement will cover that.

Using our documents

We publish documents in a range of formats, including PDF, MS Word and Excel and OpenDocument format.

We want as many people as possible to be able to use those documents. For example, when we produce a document we make sure to:

  • provide an HTML option where possible
  • tag headings and other parts of the document properly, so screen readers can understand the page structure
  • make sure we include alt text alongside non-decorative images, so people who cannot see them understand what they’re there for
  • avoid using tables, except when we’re presenting data
  • write in plain English

How accessible our documents are

New documents we publish and documents you need to download or fill in to access one of the services we provide should be fully accessible.

However, we know that some of our older documents (published before 23 September 2018) are not accessible. For example, some of them:

  • are just photocopies and are not marked up in a way that allows screen reader users to understand them
  • are not tagged up properly – for example, they do not contain proper headings
  • are not written in plain English

This mostly applies to our:

  • statistics
  • research and analysis reports

These types of documents are exempt from the regulations, so we do not currently have any plans to make them accessible.

But if you need to access information in one of these document types, you can contact us and ask for an alternative format.

What to do if you cannot use one of our documents

If you need a document we’ve published in a different format:

Email: [email protected]

Alternative format requests

Department for Energy Security and Net Zero

1 Victoria Street



United Kingdom

We’ll consider the request and get back to you within 15 working days.

Reporting accessibility problems with one of our documents

We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of our documents. If you find any problems not listed on this page or you think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements, email: [email protected].

Enforcement procedure

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) is responsible for enforcing the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (the ‘accessibility regulations’). If you’re not happy with how we respond to your complaint, contact the Equality Advisory and Support Service (EASS).

Technical information about the accessibility of our documents

We are committed to making our documents accessible, in accordance with the Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018.

The documents we publish are partially compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 2.1 AA standard, due to the non-compliances listed below.

Non accessible content

The content listed below is non-accessible for the following reasons.

Non compliance with the accessibility regulations

Some of our PDF and MS Word documents include images without a text alternative. This means that the information in them is not available to people using a screen reader. This does not meet WCAG 2.1 success criterion 1.1.1 (non-text content).

We plan to add text alternatives for all relevant images. When we publish new documents we’ll make sure our use of images meets accessibility standards.

Some of our PDFs contain complex tables with merged cells. This makes it difficult for people using a screen reader to determine the correct reading order. This does not meet WCAG 2.1 success criterion 1.3.1 (info and relationships).

Where possible we will try to simplify the tables or make sure they are tagged properly for screen readers.

Some of our MS Excel spreadsheets may not be clearly structured with labelled tables, and labelled headings. Columns headings may be blank. Workbooks tabs may not have a clear title. This does not meet success criterion 1.3.1 (info and relationships).

We will make sure all new spreadsheets have an appropriate structure.

A few of the documents we publish are produced by third parties. We’re not always able to make these fully compliant, for example by adding the appropriate heading structure or alternative text for images. This does not meet success criterion 2.4.10 (section headings). or success criterion 1.1.1 (non-text content).

We have informed third parties of our accessibility requirements but sometimes we have to publish documents at short notice that are not accessible. Where possible, we try to fix these as soon as we can.

Disproportionate burden

There are thousands of historic PDF documents on our website. We have reviewed and prioritised our documents. We aim to fix those that are most used and are essential to providing our services.

The vast majority of the documents are of historic interest only and we do not intend to make them accessible. If you want a particular document in an accessible format email [email protected], and we will see if we can help.


Some of our statistical outputs are not fully accessible.

We’ve assessed the impact of making all statistics published between 23 September 2018 and 23 September 2020 fully accessible (see our assessment). We believe that making these documents accessible would be a disproportionate burden within the meaning of The Public Sector Bodies (Websites and Mobile Applications) (No. 2) Accessibility Regulations 2018 (the ‘accessibility regulations’).

Some statistical outputs we publish after 23 September 2020 may not be fully accessible but, for the large majority of our statistical series, the most recent publication includes accessible versions of documents and spreadsheets. We are working on the remaining series to ensure forthcoming releases include accessible versions.

In line with the accessibility regulations, we will provide a specific statistical publication in a different format if requested.

Content that’s not within the scope of the accessibility regulations

Many of our older PDFs and Word documents don’t meet accessibility standards – for example, they may not be structured so they’re accessible to a screen reader. This does not meet WCAG 2.1 success criterion 2.4.10 (section headings).

Some of our PDFs and Word documents are essential to providing our services. For example, we have PDFs with information on how users can comply with the law, and forms published as Word documents. We plan to either fix these or replace them with accessible HTML pages.

The accessibility regulations do not require us to fix PDFs or other documents published before 23 September 2018 if they’re not essential to providing our services. For example, we do not plan to fix our research and analysis documents.

Any new PDFs or Word documents we publish will meet accessibility standards.

How we tested our documents

We last tested a sample of our documents on 2 March 2023. The test was carried out by staff in the department.

We tested:

  • PDFs
  • MS Word documents
  • MS Excel documents

We tested these documents based on how often people look at them and whether they are essential to providing our services.

What we’re doing to improve accessibility

We have produced templates and guidance to make sure that all new documents that we produce are accessible. We are working with our research and statistics teams to help them create accessible documents.

We have changed the terms and conditions on which designers do business with us to specify that they must supply accessible documents.

We are reviewing and editing older documents to add features to make them more accessible to people using screen readers.

This page was prepared on 4 May 2023. It was last updated on 4 May 2023.

Mobile App Security Provider LIAPP To Expand Presence in Asia’s Fastest Growing Economies, Accelerating Digitalization and Financial Inclusion

Seoul, Korea (ANTARA/Business Wire)- LIAPP (Lockin App Protector), the flagship mobile application cybersecurity service of South Korea-based firm Lockin Company, has announced plans to expand its presence in Southeast Asia by working with financial institutions and fintech firms to accelerate the secure digitalization of financial services. This creates a more financially inclusive society for underserved citizens such as micro-business owners and rural communities.

Lockin Company’s CEO, Myoung Kyu Choi, shared, “Southeast Asia, one of the fastest growing economic regions in the world, is one of the regions most impacted by hackers, which has driven up demand for enhanced mobile app security. We plan to work with more financial service providers in Southeast Asia to strengthen mobile app security with LIAPP’s robust, cloud-based security infrastructure.”

LIAPP already protects customer-facing applications of institutions such as IBK Industrial Bank of Korea, KB Kookmin Bank’s network of apps in Cambodia, Myanmar, and Vietnam; fintech provider Rupi in Indonesia; as well as one of Indonesia’s largest banks.

According to the World Economic Forum, digital financial inclusion enables major access to investment, credit, and insurance products in Southeast Asia. However, with it, cybersecurity threats have been on the rise. In 2022, 94% of businesses in the region saw an increase in the volume of cyber attacks, as per a recent report by Palo Alto Networks.

Running on a Runtime Application Self-Protection (RASP) system, LIAPP offers rooting detection, anti-tampering, memory protection, native library protection, and screen capture prevention, among other cyber protection services. Delivering best-in-class performance, LIAPP’s action-based detection technology prevents malicious app attacks by immediately detecting the first hint of tampering or suspicious app activity.

LIAPP constantly evolves to provide utmost security and comply with market regulations. For instance, following Google’s restriction around QUERY_ALL_PACKAGES permission, LIAPP is still able to protect applications using its action-based detection technology, a distinct competitive advantage over competitors. LIAPP’s plans range from basic protection to LIAPP ENTERPRISE, which safeguards cross-border enterprises such as fintech firms and banks.

Worth US$6 billion in 2020, the application security sector is projected to reach a value of US$33.9 billion by 2030, according to Allied Market Research.


Lockin Company


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Source: Lockin Company

Apple advances user security with powerful new data protections

How to use Advanced Data Protection & Apple’s other new security features

New security features for your devices

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Learn how to start using Apple’s Advanced Data Protection feature and what you can expect from Apple’s other privacy-related announcements.

Apple recently announced a trip of new privacy and security features designed to help protect users and their data. The new features — Security Keys for Apple ID, iMessage Contact Key Verification, and Advanced Data Protection — have started to roll out to users already.

Let’s explore each in more detail with more information on what they do, when they’re available, and how you can start using them.

Security Keys for Apple ID

Security keys have been supported on Apple devices for quite a while, but now they are coming to Apple IDs directly. This adds yet another level of security when authenticating your account.

When you sign in with your Apple ID, you can opt to require a physical hardware security key to verify your identity. Something like a Yubikey, as well as two-factor authentication.

Hardware security keys can interface over USB for Mac and iPad and Lightning or NFC on iPhone. Many enterprise users will already be familiar with this security enhancement.

Designed for users who are worried about someone gaining access to their messages, this feature will ensure only your intended recipient sees your communication. It can send an alert if an exceptionally skilled hacker were to breach the cloud servers and eavesdrop on a conversation.

iMessage keys

iMessage keys

It also allows users to compare a Contact Verification Code either in person, on FaceTime, or via a secure phone call.

If a nefarious device is detected, an alert will display directly in the Messages app. These are concerns most users will not have to worry about but those that do, such as journalists and activists, can feel more secure.

Advanced Data Protection

Advanced Data Protection is the only one of Apple’s new features that are currently available to users. It’s an optional upgrade for users that will encrypt even more of their iCloud data.

While Apple has historically encrypted categories such as your health data, photos, messages, and more were not. This could allow Apple to gain access to user data should a court order compel it to.

Advanced Data Protection

Advanced Data Protection

If Advanced Data Protection is enabled, the number of encrypted categories expands to 23. Now your whole device backup, messages, iCloud Drive files, notes, photos, reminders, Safari bookmarks, Siri Shortcuts, voice memos, and wallet passes will be encrypted.

This encryption will prevent anyone — including Apple, hackers, or law enforcement — from gaining access to your data.

That only leaves email, contacts, and calendar unencrypted as they still need to interface with the larger systems outside of Apple’s control, such as your work’s email provider or your preferred calendar app.

Start using Advanced Data Protection today

By default, Apple’s new encryption feature is disabled. Apple says because of the additional burden on the user to protect their account with a recovery method adequately, the feature is opt-in.

Data responsibility

Data responsibility warning

Advanced Data Protection requires users to be on iOS 16.2, which is currently in the Release Candidate phase. If you aren’t running the RC, you’ll have to wait for the public release in the coming days.

You must upgrade all your devices

You must upgrade all your devices

Because it encrypts all of your backed-up data, all devices tied to your Apple ID are required to be updated too. This includes any Apple Watch, Apple TV, HomePod, Mac, or iPad that you are signed in to.

Still, the feature is very easy to enable assuming you meet the criteria.

How to enable Advanced Data Protection

  • Navigate to Settings > Apple ID > iCloud > Advanced Data Protection
  • Advanced Data Protection settings

    Turn On Advanced Data Protection

  • If you don’t already have a recovery method set up for your account, your iPhone will prompt you to set up a recovery person or recovery phrase
  • That’s it, you’ve successfully enabled Advanced Data Protection

What’s coming and not coming in 2023

Currently, the new Advanced Data Protection feature is limited to users in the US. Apple has promised this will start to roll out to the rest of the world in 2023.

Additionally, the iMessage Contact Key Verification and support for security keys with your Apple ID will also be available globally in 2023, with security keys landing first in the “early” portion of the year.

What we won’t see in 2023 though, is Apple’s copiously-criticized CSAM program. After being announced in 2021, Apple has reversed course, abandoning its plans to scan user images for child sexual abuse material.

Commentary: Your phone apps could have higher security and privacy risks — depending on where you download them

Google and Apple have removed hundreds of apps from their app stores at the request of governments around the world, creating regional disparities in access to mobile apps at a time when many economies are becoming increasingly dependent on them.

The mobile phone giants have removed over 200 Chinese apps, including widely downloaded apps like TikTok, at the Indian government’s request in recent years.

Similarly, the companies removed LinkedIn, an essential app for professional networking, from Russian app stores at the Russian government’s request.

However, access to apps is just one concern. Developers also regionalise apps, meaning they produce different versions for different countries.

This raises the question of whether these apps differ in their security and privacy capabilities based on region.

In a perfect world, access to apps and app security and privacy capabilities would be consistent everywhere.

Popular mobile apps should be available without increasing the risk that users are spied on or tracked based on what country they’re in, especially given that not every country has strong data protection regulations.

My colleagues and I recently studied the availability and privacy policies of thousands of globally popular apps on Google Play, the app store for Android devices, in 26 countries.

We found differences in app availability, security and privacy.

While our study corroborates reports of takedowns due to government requests, we also found many differences introduced by app developers.

We found instances of apps with settings and disclosures that expose users to higher or lower security and privacy risks depending on the country in which they’re downloaded.


The countries and one special administrative region in our study are diverse in location, population and gross domestic product.

They include the United States, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine, Russia, South Korea, Turkey, Hong Kong and India. We also included countries like Iran, Zimbabwe and Tunisia, where it was difficult to collect data.

We studied 5,684 globally popular apps, each with over one million installs, from the top 22 app categories, including Books and Reference, Education, Medical, and News and Magazines.

Our study showed high amounts of geoblocking, with 3,672 of 5,684 globally popular apps blocked in at least one of our 26 countries.

Blocking by developers was significantly higher than takedowns requested by governments in all our countries and app categories. We found that Iran and Tunisia have the highest blocking rates, with apps like Microsoft Office, Adobe Reader, Flipboard and Google Books all unavailable for download.

We found regional overlap in the apps that are geoblocked.

In European countries in our study — Germany, Hungary, Ireland and the United Kingdom — 479 of the same apps were geoblocked.

Eight of those, including Blued and USA Today News, were blocked only in the European Union, possibly because of the region’s General Data Protection Regulation.

Turkey, Ukraine and Russia also show similar blocking patterns, with high blocking of virtual private network apps in Turkey and Russia, which is consistent with the recent upsurge of surveillance laws.

Of the 61 country-specific takedowns by Google, 36 were unique to South Korea, including 17 gambling and gaming apps taken down in accordance with the national prohibition on online gambling.

While the Indian government’s takedown of Chinese apps happened with full public disclosure, surprisingly, most of the takedowns we observed occurred without much public awareness or debate.


The apps we downloaded from Google Play also showed differences based on country in their security and privacy capabilities.

Among them, 127 apps varied in what they were allowed to access on users’ mobile phones, and 49 of which had additional permissions deemed “dangerous” by Google. Apps in Bahrain, Tunisia and Canada requested the most additional dangerous permissions.

Three virtual private network apps enable clear text communication in some countries, which allows unauthorised access to users’ communications.

Also, 118 apps varied in the number of ad trackers included in an app in some countries, with the categories Games, Entertainment and Social, with Iran and Ukraine having the most increases in the number of ad trackers compared to the baseline number common to all countries.

Separately, 103 apps have differences based on country in their privacy policies. Users in countries not covered by data protection regulations, such as General Data Protection Regulation in the EU and the California Consumer Privacy Act in the US, are at higher privacy risk.

For instance, 71 apps available from Google Play have clauses to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation only in the EU and the California Consumer Privacy Act only in the US. Twenty-eight apps that use dangerous permissions make no mention of it, despite Google’s policy requiring them to do so.


App stores allow developers to target their apps to users based on a wide array of factors, including their country and their device’s specific features.

Though Google has taken some steps toward transparency in its app store, our research shows that there are shortcomings in Google’s auditing of the app ecosystem, some of which could put users’ security and privacy at risk.

Potentially also as a result of app store policies in some countries, app stores that specialise in specific regions of the world are becoming increasingly popular.

However, these app stores may not have adequate vetting policies, thereby allowing altered versions of apps to reach users.

For example, a national government could pressure a developer to provide a version of an app that includes backdoor access. There is no straightforward way for users to distinguish an altered app from an unaltered one.

Our research provides several recommendations to app store proprietors to address the issues we found:

  • Better moderate their country targeting features
  • Provide detailed transparency reports on app takedowns
  • Vet apps for differences based on country or region
  • Push for transparency from developers on their need for the differences
  • Host app privacy policies themselves to ensure their availability when the policies are blocked in certain countries  THE CONVERSATION


The Conversation


Renuka Kumar is a PhD student in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Michigan.

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Radware Launches New Cloud Security Center in Taiwan

MAHWAH, N.J., Aug. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR), a leading provider of cyber security and application delivery solutions, announced the launch of a new cloud security center in Taiwan. The facility will enable customers in Taiwan to secure their datacenters, networks, web and mobile applications, and their APIs with minimal latency, as well as mitigate compliance processes involved in offshore routing.

The new security center will protect customers against denial-of-service attacks, web application attacks, malicious bot traffic, and attacks on APIs. This includes the OWASP Top 10 Web Application Security Risks for 2021, OWASP Top 21 Automated Threats to Web Applications, OWASP API Security Top 10, as well as volumetric distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) and application-level DDoS attacks.

According to Radware’s First Half 2022 Global Threat Analysis Report, during the first six months of 2022:

  • The number of malicious DDoS attacks climbed 203% compared to the first six months of 2021.
  • The average number of DDoS events per month, per customer was almost 1.5 times higher in the first half of 2022, compared to 2021 and 2020.
  • The number of malicious web application transactions grew by 38%, compared to the first six months of 2021, surpassing the total number of malicious transactions recorded in 2020.

“As the size and speed of cyberattacks continue to rise, the launch of the new cloud security center in Taiwan enables us to deliver faster mitigation response times in the region along with the highest levels of security protection,” said Haim Zelikovsky, vice president of Radware’s cloud security services business. “The center also meets a growing demand for local security that complies with data sovereignty requirements.”

The new security center in Taiwan is the latest addition to Radware’s cloud security network. Today, the network includes over 10Tbps of mitigation capacity across more than 50 security centers located around the globe.

“Radware continues to make investments in protecting businesses and governments alike from the growing threat of cyberattacks,” said Alan Lee, regional director for Radware in Taiwan and Hong Kong. “Taiwan is located within an influential hub in the Asia-Pacific region. Information security is regarded as a national security issue. Setting up a cloud security center in Taiwan will help improve information security standards and increase regional cyber defenses.”

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Radware® (NASDAQ: RDWR) is a global leader of cyber security and application delivery solutions for physical, cloud, and software defined data centers. Its award-winning solutions portfolio secures the digital experience by providing infrastructure, application, and corporate IT protection, and availability services to enterprises globally. Radware’s solutions empower enterprise and carrier customers worldwide to adapt to market challenges quickly, maintain business continuity, and achieve maximum productivity while keeping costs down. For more information, please visit the Radware website.

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Mobile Application Security Platform Market Size 2022 Analysis By Business Share, Strategies, Investment Opportunities, Revenue Expectation, Future Trends, Prominent Players, Industry Impact and Global Forecast till 2027

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This market research report administers a broad view of the Mobile Application Security Platform on a Global basis, presenting a forecast and statistics in terms of revenue during the forecast period. It covers an illustrative study with detailed segmentation, complete research and development history, latest news. Additionally, it demonstrates the future aspects and portrays a sketch of the key players involved in the Mobile Application Security Platform market growth in terms of revenue.

Mobile Application Security Platform specifically refers to the security of mobile applications, whether it is ios system or Android system can effectively protect the user’s property, privacy and so on.

Market Analysis and Insights: Global Mobile Application Security Platform Market

In 2021, the global Mobile Application Security Platform market size will be USD million and it is expected to reach USD million by the end of 2027, with a CAGR of % during 2021-2027.

List of TOP KEY PLAYERS in Mobile Application Security Platform Market report are: –

  • Symantec Corporation
  • Trend Micro
  • MobileIron
  • AVG Technologies
  • Kaspersky Lab
  • McAfee
  • AirPatrol Corporation
  • Lookout
  • VMware
  • Avast Software

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On the basis of product, this report displays the production, revenue, price, market share and growth rate of each type, primarily split into:

  • Anti-Theft
  • Web Security
  • Backup and Recovery
  • Authentication
  • Others

On the basis of the end users/applications, this report focuses on the status and outlook for major applications/end users, consumption (sales), market share and growth rate for each application, including:

  • Retail
  • Banking, Financial Services and Insurance(BFSI)
  • IT and Telecom
  • Education Sector
  • Media and Entertainment
  • Others

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  • By product type
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  • By Technology
  • By Region

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  • Historical Years: 2016-2020
  • Base Year: 2020
  • Estimated Year: 2021
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  • Market and pricing issues
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1 Mobile Application Security Platform Market Overview
2 Market Competition by Manufacturers
3 Production and Capacity by Region
4 Global Mobile Application Security Platform Consumption by Region
5 Production, Revenue, Price Trend by Type
6 Consumption Analysis by Application
7 Key Companies Profiled
8 Mobile Application Security Platform Manufacturing Cost Analysis
9 Marketing Channel, Distributors and Customers
10 Market Dynamics
11 Production and Supply Forecast
12 Consumption and Demand Forecast
13 Forecast by Type and by Application (2022-2027)
14 Research Finding and Conclusion


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NowSecure’s Jeff Miller: Agencies Should Incorporate Continuous Security Testing Into Mobile DevSecOps Environments

Jeff Miller, vice president of public sector at NowSecure, said government agencies looking to meet their digital transformation objectives and gain insight into the security of their applications should adopt modern software development practices and integrate into their mobile DevSecOps environments continuous security testing to detect and address issues.

“Before any lines of code are written, the software development and application security teams should work together to establish a risk-based policy that features a shared vision of high-quality, secure software,” Miller wrote.

He noted that agencies should embrace dynamic, static and interactive app security testing and application programming interface security testing to automate security testing of their mobile apps.

“Running automated assessments on every code commit and every push or pull request will encourage adoption and enable further continuous testing,” he added.

Miller said agencies could also partner with companies that offer automated and manual app testing and discussed the potential benefits of continuous app monitoring to agencies.

Amid the increasing software supply chain attacks, Miller also called on agencies to require a software bill of materials for mobile apps they develop and those being used by employees on their agency-issued devices.

“Furthermore, a dynamic SBOM can show the geolocations of API and network connections, which can help agencies know when an application connects or shares data with foreign countries,” he added.

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Backend Security And Other Similar Features of Instant Loan Apps

Traditional banks usually process personal loan applications over a long period, and money lenders charge high-interest rates, making the process risky. The personal instant loan apps that provide safe and hassle-free instant cash loans in India in 1 hour have proven to be a brilliant idea in this entire financial setup.

Multiple companies have stepped in to help, developing mobile apps that eliminate the need to go to financial institutions to take out quick loans. The same thing can be done with these apps, which can confirm the borrower’s credit history and eligibility for a loan.

What is the eligibility for taking quick loans?

If you are between the ages of 23 and 58, you are eligible for a loan from any personal loan app. You must be an Indian resident and a salaried employee of a registered company.

The personal loan app can be repaid via bank transfer. The app will send you notifications prior to your due date. Because these are short-term loans, the interest rates are really relatively low when compared to existing institutions. Interest rates begin at 2.5 percent.

Features of Instant Loan Apps:

Paperless Approval: 

When applying for a personal loan, you will be required to file the necessary paperwork to the lender before your loan request is processed. Because once you apply for an instant personal loan online, all of your documents must be uploaded to the internet, rendering the overall transaction paperless. You should also submit minimal or no documentation if you are a pre-approved customer.

No Collateral:

An instant personal loan is an unsecured personal loan with no collateral. As a result, when applying for an instant personal loan, you will not be required to provide any security or collateral.

Instant Disbursement: 

If you require funds immediately, applying for an instant personal loan is best because the funds will be apportioned to your account as soon as they are approved.

Process Time Is Considerably Shorter:

The time taken for instant personal loans is considerably shorter than the processing time for normal loans.

Loan Terms can be customized: 

When you apply for an instant personal loan, you are usually given a flexible loan term. Thus, pertaining to the bank’s max loan repayment term, you can choose a repayment term that is convenient for you.

Flexible Loan Amounts: 

People trying to apply for an instant loan can apply for any loan amount they want, as long as it falls within the lender’s minimum and maximum loan amounts.

Competitive Interest Rate:

If you already have excellent credit, you will most likely receive a low-interest rate loan. This will assist you in reducing the overall cost of the loan.

During the past few years, there has been a proliferation of new players in the market for quick loans app as awareness and adoption have increased.

However, you should always read the terms and conditions carefully before signing up for a money lending app to be sure you fully understand the borrowing and repayment arrangements. Paying back your loan should also be done carefully.

Opt for an instant loan app for a loan. Regardless of your work, you can obtain a rapid personal loan between INR 5,000 and INR 5,00,000. The application process is fast, and approval can be obtained within a few hours. The best part is that such apps are known for its speedy approval of requests, so you need not worry about running out of time. 

So, to avail of quick loans, one can use the instant loan apps for borrowing funds. They have eliminated the need for couriers and scanning for digital copies since it picks up your documents immediately from your home. Moreover, they offer loan payments with low EMIs that are convenient and easy to manage. In the event you need another loan, the documentation has already been recorded earlier, and you can do it with one click.

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