Mi Pay, which comes preloaded on Xiaomi telephones and was initially out there for obtain via the Mi Apps retailer, has made its technique to Google Play. The app is on the market for free on Android gadgets via Google Play and is designed to supply an built-in cost answer with UPI cash transfers, recharges, and invoice funds beneath one roof — countering Google’s in-house Google Pay and different apps similar to Paytm and BHIM. Unlike current cellular funds apps, the Mi Pay app requires a Mi Account for sign up. The app is designed by Xiaomi in a collaboration with ICICI Bank.
The Mi Pay app will be linked together with your current checking account via UPI to allow cellular funds whereas on-the-go. Similar to the likes of Google Pay, Xiaomi’s app permits you to ship or request cash by coming into UPI ID or account variety of your contacts. There are additionally options to recharge cellular accounts and pay postpaid cellular, landline, broadband, and DTH payments.
Xiaomi has additionally offered assist for paying utility payments or make transactions at offline shops the place UPI funds are accepted. Further, the Mi Pay app lets you view your transaction historical past. You also can generate your private static or dynamic QR code for receiving funds from different UPI customers.
Back in March, Xiaomi launched the Mi Pay app for its customers in India. The app was initially out there as part of MIUI 10 on Xiaomi telephones and reached the Mi Apps retailer for older MIUI-based handsets. On Xiaomi telephones, it additionally comes with a deeper integration than what you will get on smartphones of different manufacturers and entry cost assist via the contacts, Scanner app, vault display, and the Messaging app.
Nevertheless, Xiaomi has lastly introduced the Mi Pay app to Google Play to broaden its presence. The app is on the market for obtain on gadgets working Android 4.2 or later. Moreover, it’s 5.1MB in measurement.
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