Aadhaar is the Unique ID which is provided by Govt. of India for its citizens to offer many services and also Adhaar is able to decrease the fake IDs because of its Unique ID feature.
The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has launched its official app for its users to enable them to verify their details such as name, address, date of birth, gender along with their photograph and is linked with one’s Aadhaar number. It comes with a biometric locking/unlocking feature to secure the personal data. After downloading the app, you have to set up a password followed by entering your 12-digit Aadhaar number. The app will then send an SMS from your registered mobile number for verification. Once a user enables the locking system, the app remains locked till he/she chooses to either unlock it or disable the locking system.
Moreover, the app also has a “TOTP generation” (Time-based One-Time Password) process which can be used instead of SMS based OTP. Users can update their profiles too but only after successful completion of the request.
You can download the app ny clicking the below link.
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