Udio Wallet review: a mobile wallet that allows users to ‘split bills’

 

DECCAN CHRONICLE

PublishedMar 12, 2016, 8:40 pm IST

Citing a rapid growth in the increase of virtual payments, especially through mobile-based platforms, most businesses are now integrating ways to maximise cash-less transactions. Not only are these platforms secure, but also much faster than physical cash transactions.

Apart from that, online payment portals and apps also offer a slew of additional perks such as discounts on products and cash backs too! And guess what? You can add multiple card details and choose which one to use according to your preference.

 

While there are numerous virtual payment apps in the market, today we will be discussing on a fairly new but handy peer-to-peer transactions via a secure payment structure—Udio.

 

The mobile wallet app developed by Transerv has all the potential to be one of the best digital payment portals, offering highly social, community-driven payment structure.

 

Moving on to the details, the app is only available on Android platform and users can soon expect a iOS version of the app. You can download and install the app from Google’s Play Store. After the installation process is complete, you have to sign-up with your current mobile number, complete a few verification processes, and you are ready to go!

 

The best part about the app is its simple, neat user interface (UI), which is not only eye-catching, but also user-friendly. Using Udio, you will be able to recharge your DTH or mobile phones, and even pay other bills. The payment process is pretty simple and anyone who has used online payment portals will face no problems using this app.

 

One of the striking factors of this app is the option to split bills, which will definitely going to be popular among college students and young employees staying together in rented apartments. Yes! Roommates always face problems splitting bills among themselves and this app will make thing a lot easier for them.

 

 

Udio's Split bills feature

Moreover, you can also send any voucher/coupon to your friend or family using the app. The app supports major platforms such as Flipkart, Jabong, FastTrack, Pizzahut, and a few more. The app also facilitates sending/receiving money to/from friends.

The company is currently expanding its partnerships with numerous merchants to provide discounts and other lucrative offers to users.

After using Udio’s services, we are pretty impressed with the simplicity of the app and its unique “Split Bills” feature. However, there are a number of bigger players in the market and the app needs the much-needed “spotlight” to become prominent among them.

 

Read the online article here : http://deccanchronicle.com/technology/in-other-news/120316/udio-wallet-review-a-mobile-wallet-that-allows-users-to-split-bills.html

 

 

 

 

 

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