e-KYC, update Aadhaar card and all that you can do with government’s mAadhaar app
mAadhaar is the official mobile application developed by Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) to give boost to the Digital India initiative of the Indian government. The app enable users to carry their Aadhaar information on their smartphone and use it whenever required. However, did you know that you can do a lot more with the app. So, here are 8 things that you may not know that can do using the mAadhaar app of the government.
Can be used it as a valid replacement for your Aadhaar card
The mAadhar app aims to let users carry their Aadhaar identity on their smartphones.
Keeps all your Aadhaar card information on your smartphone
The mAaddhar app consists of your Aadhaar card details. This means that you can carry your Aadhaar card on your smartphone.
App comes with biometric lock/unlock feature that allows users to secure their Aadhaar data
The app also allows users to lock and unlock their biometric data anytime. If the Aadhaar card holder turns on the biometric locking system then their Aadhaar data stays inaccessible till the time they disable the locking system.
App allows users to view and share their updated Aadhaar profile via QR code
The app also offers a feature called QR code. Using this, users can share and update their their data for e-KYC.
App allows users to save up to 3 Aadhaar cards in one smartphone
If your mobile number is attached to other Aadhaar cards in your family then you will be able to store up to 3 Aadhaar profiles in your smartphone and access them in the time of need.
App allows users to update their Aadhaar cards from anywhere, anytime
The mAadhaar app also allows users to update their Aadhaar app and can later view the updated information after competition of the updation process.
On Android OS, mAadhaar app works on v5.0 Lollipop and higher versions
You will only be able to download and use the mAAdhaar app if you have a smartphone running Android 5.0 Lollipop version and above.
The app is available only for Android users so far
Presently, the mAadhaar app is only available for Android users and the government is working on introducing the same for iOS users soon.