Mobile App Redesign Transforms UX for IIFL

A newly designed dynamic and feature-packed mobile app improves customer experiences for a leading Asian Fintech firm.

Mobile App Redesign Transforms UX for IIFL
Mobile App Redesign Transforms UX for IIFL

About Project

The client is a prominent financial services and loan company in the Asia-Pacific region. They offer a diverse range of services from loans, mutual funds, and financial services to a reputed clientele. The client wanted a loan app to help customers manage their financial activities and expenses without visiting the firm.

What we did

Brainvire’s experienced designers and developers redesigned the mobile app to provide an immersive user experience to customers. Users can manage their financial activities in just a few clicks. All this was possible with our Mobile app development services.

Tech Stack

  • AI/ML
  • Android
  • IOS




Biometric authentication- The mobile app offers secured and tight access to users to maintain data security. It has fingerprint-based access, facial recognition, and a mPin service as well.



Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, customers were unable to visit financial service offices. The app supplied them with updated information related to loans and funds. The redesigned app provides a better customer experience and automates financial activities. The app has helped to reduce footfall to the office by 68% and currently has 5 million active users.

Client Testimonials

Vaibhav Gupta
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If any urgent needs arise, I can count on them to take care of things. Their deliverables are reliable thanks to vigorous QA testing. They are communicative, flexible, and willing to evolve to meet changing needs.
Vaibhav Gupta
Manager - IIFL
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Brainvire Infotech Inc is developing an Android and iOS app that allows customers to see loan details and apply for or renew loans. They’re also working on an app and website for the broking space.

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Project Manager, Financial Services Group
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