the ministry said that the application is available for download for smart phones and other gadgets running iOS, Android and Huawei platforms, adding that current users can update their old versions.
The ministry indicated that the new version supports several new features designed for an optimal user journey, adding that the application serves as an all-in-one government service hub accessible anywhere, anytime.
A key component of Sanad is the user’s digital ID, which allows real-time access to personal documents and records, including personal ID, birth certificate, driver license, academic certificates as well as the coronavirus vaccination certificate. Users can also pay their bills and other service fees using the application.
However, the activation of the digital ID requires a one-time visit to any Sanad station located in public and private institutions across the Kingdom. Non-Jordanians can also sign in to Sanad in a "guest mode" to access some government services.
The ministry said it will continue to collect feedback before introducing more than 400 services to Sanad throughout 2022, in addition to the e-signature feature.
According to the ministry, the application has been downloaded about 2.5 million times since its launch in August 2021.