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Chillr App Updated With Support For “@” tag Feature

Chillr, a money transferring app today scores a major update in Windows Phone store. With this update company has introduced “@”tag feature to send money. With chillr app you can easily send and receive money with anyone in your phonebook without knowing their account number, IFSC code. With Last app update company has introduced support for Bank of Baroda.

Chillr is your one stop solution for all your mobile banking and utility payments. Get on Chillr to witness a whole new world of money transfer, recharge, utility payments and banking along with tracking all your expenses. It offers a fresh, smooth and breezy experience. You can carry digital money in your pocket and use this multi bank app to send and receive money, split bills between a group, remind anyone to pay you back, recharge your mobile or DTH in an instant.

With this latest update, you can send money only by knowing their tags. Below is full change log.

What’s new in Latest update.
• We’ve made it easier for you by Introducing “@tags”; send money to professionals, institutions, non-profits etc just by knowing their @tags.
• Now avail discounts on selected stores using Chillr.
• Performance improvements.

It’s pretty cool and useful app for everyone to do financial work on the go. So everybody should have this app. Download it from below. The latest app version is

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