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mAadhaar Official App for Updates Aadhar Details from Home @tathya.uidai.gov.in

 mAadhaar Official App for Updates Aadhar Details from Home, With the goal of reaching out to large numbers of smartphone users the new mAadhaar is released by the Unique Identification Authority of India. The App features an array of Aadhaar services and a personalized section for the Aadhaar holder who can carry their Aadhaar information in form of a soft copy, instead of carrying a physical copy all the time. in this article we provide you all information about the MAadhaar application, who lunched this app, what is the purpose to launch this application, which type features included in this app, how can you change error on your aadhaar name, Address, date of birth, mobile number, and other now you can do this at your home by moblile. just follow some simple step. all the details under this article read this article till the end share with your friends.

The key features in mAadhaar: Multilingual: In order to ensure the Aadhaar Services are accessible to linguistically diverse residents of India, the menu, button labels, and form fields are provided in English as well as in 12 Indian languages (Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, and Urdu). After installation, the user will be prompted to select any of the preferred languages. However, the input fields in the forms will accept data entered in the English language only. This is done to help user avoid facing the challenges of typing in regional languages (due to limitations in the mobile keyboards).

Universality: Residents with or without Aadhaar can install this App on their smartphones. However to avail personalized Aadhaar services the resident will have to register their Aadhaar Profile in the App. Aadhaar Online Services on Mobile: The mAadhaar user can avail the featured services for themselves as well as for any other resident seeking Aadhaar or related help.

The functionalities are broadly grouped as:

Main Service Dashboard: Direct access to download Aadhaar, Order a Reprint, Address Update, Download offline eKYC, Show or Scan QR Code, Verify Aadhaar, Verify mail/email, retrieve UID/EID, Request for Address Validation Letter

Request Status Services: To help residents check the status of various online requests.

My Aadhaar: This is a personalized section for Aadhaar holders where residents will not have to enter their Aadhaar number to avail Aadhaar services. In addition this section also provides facility for the resident to lock/unlock their Aadhaar or Biometric Authentication.

Aadhaar Locking – Aadhaar holder can lock their UID/Aadhaar number anytime they wish.

Biometric locking/unlocking secures biometric authentication by locking biometrics data. Once resident enables Biometric Locking system their biometric remains locked till the Aadhaar Holder chose to either unlock it (which is temporary) or Disable the Locking system.

TOTP generation – Time-based One-Time Password is an automatically generated temporary password which can be used instead of SMS based OTP.

Update of profile – To updated view of Aadhaar profile data after successful completion of update request.

Sharing of QR code and eKYC data by Aadhaar Number holder helps Aadhaar user share their password protected eKYC or QR code for safe and paperless verification.

Multi-profile: Aadhaar holder can include multiple (upto 3) profiles (with same registered mobile number) in their profile section.

Locate Enrolment Center helps user find nearest Enrolment Center.

mAadhaar Official App Links

mAadhaar Play Store Link

mAadhaar App Store Link

MyAadhaar Online Link

UIDAI- Get my aadhar.uidai.gov in

UIDAI- Get my aadhar form uidai.gov.in we have to know about UIDAI. Earlier, UIDAI was part of the Planning Commission, which has become NITI Ayog on 1st January 2015. UIDAI served as a branch of the NITI Aayog before becoming a statutory body. However, in 2015, the government modified the ‘Allocation of Business Rules’  in its gazette announcement to tie the UIDAI to the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology(MeitY). The Government of India on 12 July 2016 under the terms of the Aadhaar Act, 2016, under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) created the Unique Identification Authority of India(UIDAI) as a statutory authority. The UID number, also known as Aadhaar number, was granted for the first time to a person living in Nandurbar, Maharashtra in 2010. The UIDAI is currently in charge of all stages of the Aadhaar Card life cycle, including enrolment, authentication, and administration. Below we have given brief information about UIDAI. 

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