Apple’s Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook met Narendra Modi in Delhi on Saturday and launched an updated version of the prime minister’s app. The app, ‘Narendra Modi mobile app’, contains a new feature that allows citizens to share their views and volunteer, under the ‘My Network’ section, Economic Times reported.

Cook was expected to discuss bringing in Apple retails stores into the country, as well as selling refurbished iPhones. The Centre had not granted the company permission to sell refurbished iPhones earlier, stressing on its Make in India initiative.

Cook is on his first official trip to India, and was in Mumbai on Wednesday, where he met Reliance chief Mukesh Ambani’s son Anant Ambani. On Thursday, he was in Hyderabad to inaugurate the company’s new facility in Waverock campus, India Today reported.