BHIM App Latest Version Download: Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) is now available on Google PlayStore and iOS with updated version 1.3. Download Bhim application latest updated version apk here.
NPCI’s BHIM App hits Google PlayStore and iOS with updated version
Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM), the common platform across the nation for making simple, easy and quick payment transactions using Unified Payments Interface (UPI) is now available on Google Play Store and iOS with an updated version 1.3.
Mr. A. P. Hota, MD & CEO, NPCI said, “The new upgrade is aligned to facilitate government’s initiative of launching customer referral bonus and merchant incentive schemes. We have added more regional languages, enhanced user experience and security features for wider acceptance and usage of the BHIM App.”
Key features of the BHIM App latest version 1.3 (BHIM 1.3):
1. Three new languages: Marathi, Punjabi and Assamese have been added to BHIM application. Total number of languages in BHIM app now stands at 12.
2. Use phone contacts to send money: Customers can now browse the contact list of their phones to select beneficiaries for sending money. This is applicable to mobile numbers of users who are already registered with BHIM / *99#.
3. Enhanced QR feature: With the new version, users can browse QR code which is saved in their mobile phones to Scan and Pay.
Apart from these key updates, upgraded BHIM app has made possible blocking / un-blocking to prevent unknown collect requests.
About BHIM / UPI: Bharat Interface for Money (BHIM) is a smart mobile phone based app based on Unified Payments Interface (UPI) that allows simple, easy and quick payment transactions using UPI. One can easily make direct bank to bank payments instantly and collect money using Mobile number or Payment address. It is a unique payment solution which empowers an individual with immediate send and collect request.
About NPCI: National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) was set up in 2009 as the central infrastructure for various retail payment systems in India and was envisaged by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) as the payment utility in the country.