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Oct 11, 21  |  Sharjeel Ashraf

How to Make a Mobile Recharge App?

Wondering how to make a mobile recharge app? This article aims to provide you with information you're in search of. 

Online mobile payment applications or mobile wallets make the job of making a payment easier, and they are now extensively utilized by people all over the world. 

In this article, we are going to discuss how to make the best mobile recharge app like ones available online. Let’s discuss how to make it in detail.

But before we get to developing a mobile recharge app, we should learn more about the features that will be included in the mobile app.

Make a Mobile Recharge App

How to Make a Mobile Recharge App: Features that You Need 

Creating an online payment app necessitates much study on your part. 

Here are some of the crucial features that you need to have for your mobile app screen.

All the features available here are similar to that of PayTM, Venmo, PayPal, and various others.

  • Send/receive payments

First feature you would need in a mobile recharge app is to send and receive money from your mobile platform. There are two things needed for this purpose. The app will first have to store the mobile payments and then send it to others that have the same app available on their smartphone. It is similar to PayTM. 

If you don’t want to build a mobile recharge app from scratch, then you can get codes of mobile apps from CodeCanyon store.

  • Integrations

You would also need integrations with Bank Accounts and other businesses. Let’s say you want to book a ticket for a train or a bus using the mobile app, then the app should integrate with the business. Similarly, the app should also integrate with bank accounts so that it verifies them and confirms the payment.

  • Barcode Scanner

We have already discussed booking & payments but how will people pay from their mobile app? They have two options available. One is to pay using the mobile payment screen. Another is to pay using a barcode screen. The below image tells about how you can scan the barcode reader from within the app. The barcode scanner then verifies the QR code and sends the payment.

  • Transaction History

The mobile recharge app should also have a transaction history available. 

Like the image of the recharge app available above, you can see that the app offers transactions of mobile apps. The app offers data bundle, mobile airtime, and cable tv. However, in our own app, we don’t have to add a cable tv. 

That being said, your mobile app should have transfer history (both credit and debit). You should also focus on users or debtors and creditors. 

  • Wallet Page

Finally, you should also have a wallet page available. 

In your own mobile recharge app, make sure to add a granular view of the wallet page or wallet instance. It should feature the number of banks you have available. The app should also offer a list of the banks and other payment methods.

Similarly, the payment methods should also offer a list of booking apps. You can even replicate the whole screen that we have listed above.