The Times India has launched an app that allows users to ask one another questions, in what it calls “an interactive platform for the common good”.

The new tool is called Q&A and allows users “to share stories and connect with fellow citizens in a more interactive manner”.

It is available on the app store and will be launched in a few months.

The app has a few limitations, according to its creators.

For instance, the app requires a web browser with JavaScript enabled to function.

But the app will also have a way for users to “share photos, audio and videos”.

“The app is currently in development and is in a very early phase.

We would like to thank our users for their patience and understanding,” the creators wrote in a blog post.

The Q&As feature has been popular in the past, with users using the app to ask each other questions in social media.

However, the new app is a different beast.

It does not require a web-based browser.

Instead, it is made with JavaScript and can be accessed via an app on the smartphone or tablet.

This allows it to be accessed through the Google Play store, and also from the internet.

Q&A can be used for different purposes, the creators said, including “to interact with one another, share stories, share images and videos, and find interesting topics in a conversation”.

The app was created by Anand Shukla, an associate professor at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) in Delhi.

Shukla said he has been thinking about Q&AS since 2016, when he was a junior at the university.

“The Q &A app, in its current form, is a lot like the one that I used to share my news with my friends and colleagues on Facebook,” he said.

“However, there is no need to go through a lengthy process of getting permissions, nor to ask for permission to do so.”

According to the developers, the Q&At app will not require users to sign up for an account to use it.

Instead they will be able to connect using their mobile number, or their Facebook or Google+ profile information.