Days after spotting a new version of its Android counterpart, Reliance Jio on Friday released a new MyJio app version for iOS devices. The new update includes an ability to let you make payments right from their JioMoney or Paytm wallet accounts. There is also a list of performance improvements and bug fixes.
The updated MyJio app (version 4.0.04) allows Reliance Jio subscribers to avail Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer at Rs. 399. The promotional offer gives 70GB of data alongside unlimited voice calls for 70 days. Also, the new MyJio app has wallet linking support for JioMoney and Paytm to let you pay for your postpaid bills or recharge your prepaid accounts right using your existing wallet accounts. You can additionally set up JioAutoPay to establish auto payments for their prepaid and postpaid accounts.
Reliance Jio has also added the option to provide easy management of JioFi and JioFiber devices. You just need to connect your iOS device to your JioFi or JioFiber network to manage the devices right from the updated MyJio app.
The updated MyJio app is 64.5MB in size and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch running on at least iOS 9. The app is available for download from the App Store.
Earlier this month, Reliance Jio reportedly released an update for its MyJio app for Android with HelloJio voice assistant integration. The proprietary voice assistant is said to perform tasks such as mobile recharges, bill payments, music playback and movies, and launching Jio apps among others. Further, users are also reported to get an option to ask questions like "What is Dhan Dhana Dhan offer" to get answers related to Jio's existing and new tariffs. It is worth noting that the HelloJio feature has so far been spotted on the Android version of the MyJio app and is not a part of its latest iOS version.