Touch ‘n Go eWallet app back in the Apple App Store

By Tan Lee

New iPhone users can now download the Touch ‘n Go eWallet app following its reinstatement in the Apple App Store. — KHOR SOW YEE/The Star

PETALING JAYA: The Touch ‘n Go eWallet app is back in the Apple App Store after being delisted for over three days.

The issue had earlier affected new iPhone users who were concerned as the app was listed as unavailable for download on their Apple App Store.

ALSO READ: Touch ‘n Go eWallet app currently not available for download on Apple’s App Store

New users can now install the app on their iOS device. The Touch ‘n Go eWallet app currently listed shows no visible change in terms of app features.

Despite speculation that the app’s newly enhanced TNG card equipped with Near Field Communication (NFC) technology or its recent microloan feature, GOpinjam, may be the reasons behind the app’s delistment, a check by LifestyleTech showed both features are still available on the app.

Earlier, the company responded to users via its Facebook page saying that they are working on resolving the matter after users took to the platform to voice their concerns.

Touch ‘n Go has yet to release any official statements to clarify as to why the app was earlier removed from the Apple App Store.

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