The BHIM application, the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) based installments application propelled a month ago by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI), has gotten a noteworthy redesign. At present just accessible on Android, the BHIM application has now been overhauled to v1.2, bringing new components and fixes.
In an official statement, NPCI has itemized the key augmentations that accompany the BHIM v1.2 application. The greatest among these is support for seven more territorial dialects. While it was propelled in English and Hindi, the application is currently available in Bengali, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Odia, Tamil, and Telugu.
BHIM application for Android v1.2 additionally adds the Pay to Aadhaar Number installment alternative, with which clients can exchange cash to the Aadhaar number connected with the recipients’ financial balance. Additionally new, is the Spam Report include, which NPCI will help piece obscure people asking for cash. NPCI has included an enhanced Customer Redressal Mechanism too.
Other new components of the BHIM application for Android incorporate enhanced security settings nearby the alternative to incapacitate versatile number@upi; the capacity to retry portable enlistment by means of OTP/USSD; the capacity to pick SIM on double SIM telephones; the capacity to reestablish overlooked password; the capacity to report issues to banks and view the status of determination, lastly, the capacity to turn around an installment got.
The upgraded BHIM application is presently accessible by means of Google Play.
A. P. Hota, MD and CEO, NPCI, remarked on the dispatch of the new form of the BHIM application, saying, “We are satisfied to dispatch the new update for all BHIM clients. The new form offers upgraded security highlights, unrivaled client encounter which makes computerized exchanges considerably more sheltered and secure. We trust this will prompt to higher acknowledgment among clients and also dealers. At NPCI we stay focused on client driven approach by continually developing and extemporizing our administrations.”
BHIM – which remains for Bharat Interface for Money – was propelled back on December 30. By then, NPCI said the application was expected to be propelled on iOS too – however up until this point, it hasn’t yet advanced toward the App Store.