Three Kuda Features You Shouldn’t Live Without
We’re always excited to add something useful to the app, either through a product development session or because a user requested it, but there are some features that have become popular favourites and they can’t seem to be overshadowed by anything new.
These are some of the most appreciated Kuda features:
If you’re interested in hands-off saving, the kind that doesn’t require any serious thinking, you should turn on Spend+Save on the app.
Spend+Save is probably the easiest way to save money as you live your life: you turn it on, set a percentage to save every time you spend from your Kuda account (send money, pay bills or buy airtime) and the app will do the rest for you.
What you get is backup money in a Spend+Save sub-account that you can withdraw from whenever you want. Always a pleasant ‘surprise’.
Turn on Spend+Save now.
2. Payment Link
Sometimes, very rarely, some people run out of their 25 free transfers before the month ends. We have questions for such people, but let’s just assume that they love sending money.
If this ever happens to you, you can still send money free of charge from your Kuda account. Just use a Payment Link.
“What’s that, please?”
It’s a secure, shareable link to pay anyone some money instantly. All the person has to do is tap the link you create and claim the money with the unique code you send them.
Hot tip: If the person you’re paying doesn’t have a Kuda account, they’ll have to open one in a few minutes to receive the money.
Create your first Payment Link.
3. Share A Receipt
You’ve probably tried to take a screenshot on the Android version of Kuda and it didn’t happen. Your phone is fine, screenshots are automatically blocked on that version of the app for extra security.
So, what do you do when you need to send confirmation or a receipt of a transaction you made? That’s easy:
1. Open Kuda and tap the particular transaction on your dashboard.
2. Tap Share in the upper right corner of your screen and pick one of several sharing options.
If you need a visual guide, follow this.