The mAadhaar app was recently launched in July, this year by the Unique Identification Authority of India to help the countrymen in carrying their information on their smart devices. mAadhaar requires the users to have their phone numbers verified with the Unique Identification Authority of India. Once the whole process of registration is completed, the Aadhaar card details can be downloaded on the app, which will save the details such as the name, date of birth, gender, address and photograph digitally on their phone. This will minimize the necessity to carry around a physical of the identification card. Now, the government has permitted the mAadhaar to be used as a valid identity proof for rail journeys across the country. If you are facing any problem in downloading the mAadhaar app, follow the process below.

How to download mAadhaar app?

For now, only Android users can take benefit of mAadhaar app, so iPhone and any other users can’t store their details.

  • The willful user just has to download mAadhaar app on Android phone, by just going to Google Play and download the app.
  • Firstly, you have to set a password, and then enter your Aadhaar number; alternatively, you can also scan the barcode on the Aadhaar card instead of entering the number.
  • Once you enter the number, the app will automatically send an SMS to the registered phone number and the OTP has verified automatically in the interface, and you cannot type it in, so make sure you download the app on the same phone in which you have the SIM card of the registered phone number.
  • After the One Time Password verification process is completed, you will see your profile with your name and Aadhaar number. For security purpose and to see your details, you will have to enter the password once again.

That’s the entire process to download the mAadhaar app on Android phones. However, the mAadhaar app for Android is currently in beta stage and some of the features are yet to be launch.




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