We can see there is a rapid growth in mobile-based payment, even most of the online websites now accept these payments methods, and not only websites but most of the consumers also feel it’s safe and secure to use and make payments via these services. There are some additional benefits as well like you will get some discounts or cash back on your transactions, you don’t need to manage your multiple cards as now you can make a purchase from the single window.
Today we are going to review a new mobile wallet app from TranServ who had launched India’s 1st Social Mobile Wallet – Udio which integrates a highly social, community-driven aspect with anytime, anywhere accessibility to digital P2P transactions via its secure and seamless payment structure.
At this time Udio is only available for Android platform, we hope iOS version will be launched soon, the installation process is fairly simple, just visit Play Store and download and install this app from there, it will get installed in few minutes.
Once this app is installed, you will be asked to make your account get started, you can use your mobile number, Google or Facebook account to get started. To use this app, you need to verify your mobile number which is again a simple task.
Once you are done with all setup thing, you will find out that the UI of this app is attractive, it has got a material design which makes it more eye-catching and easy to use.
Like most of the wallet available in the market, by using Udio you will be able to pay your bills, will be able to recharge your DTH or mobile phones. We tried this and didn’t faced any issue in this process, all went smoothly.
Apart from this, there is another interesting option, Spilt Bills, it’s very common nowadays to go for the party with friends, and when it comes to bill payment, it’s sometimes a tough job, but using this Spilt Bills option, you will be able to split bills among friends very easily.
If you want to send some voucher to your friends or someone else then that can also be done from this app, as of now it supports few major brands like PizzaHut, FastTrack, Flipkart, Jabong and some more. Using this Udio Wallet, you will be able to Send Or Request Money, you can ask money from your friend or can send money to your friends.
In India still many merchants don’t accept mobile wallet payments as of now, and you need to have a card to make payments, Udio also offers a pre-paid card to its users which will be offered by Ratnakar Bank which allows you make payments to over one lakh merchants, even at offline stores. Currently, company is expanding its partnership with merchants to offer discounts and offers to its users.
Overall design and UI of this app is simple and interactive, it’s based on the concept of digital P2P transactions with socially driven aspect like you can split bills, ask or send payments and much more.
There are some other mobile wallets available in the market, and Udio needs to push its services among users to make its way to their devices.