Hacker News is reporting that the company behind a free mobile wallet called Kandi will be adding a new feature called “free access to your apps, web-enabled services, and your favorite media apps”.
This feature will be activated in the next few days, and will let you get access to free apps and services from popular services like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Spotify, and the Google Play store.
The company will be rolling out the feature in an update on its website soon, and it looks like it will be an opt-in feature, so you’ll need to register your phone before it will work.
Kandi CEO Adam Lee also explained that Kandi is looking to make the feature a paid feature, with ads running alongside the functionality.
The free Kandi app has been in the works for several years now, and Kandi was one of the first to offer a mobile wallet for Android.
It was announced earlier this year that the Kandi wallet will be available in the US, UK, Germany, and France.
This isn’t the first time Kandi has rolled out a free feature to its users, as it also launched a similar feature in 2016.
It is unclear whether or not this feature will have the same opt-out policy that Kando’s free feature does.
In addition to the free Kando app, Kandi also offers a free, Android app called Kami, which lets users connect their devices to a cloud-based service and store their money.
Kami allows users to send and receive money and can be used for everything from renting cars to buying groceries.