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only a few days after the start of the app for digital storage of documents developed by the Chancellery, the offer for overload is offline again: The application ID wallet was on Thursday in the App Store and in the Google Play Store unavailable. With the app, digital evidence can be stored and used - first project was the digital driver's license. © Jean-Christophe Testing Only a few days after the start of the app ID Vallet developed by the Chancellery, the offer for digital storage of documents has gone offline again due to overload: The application was no longer available on Thursday in the stores.
A government spokesman explained to the temporary stop of the "digital wallet", the "very high demand" would have "unexpected load tips". This has been affected by the use of the app. In addition, there have been many safety instructions.
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All this should now be considered - in the coming weeks, "extensive other tests" are based on the side of the Federal Government. During this time, the app will be taken from the stores. Together with well-planned improvements and changes to the design, the ID Wallet will be available "again in a few weeks again".
The Ministry of Transport declared problems with the ID Wallet led to "that the digital driver's license is currently not available". The Ministry had commissioned the Federal Office Federal Office (KBA) with the development.
The digital driver's license is issued on the basis of the data from the central registers of the KBA. The first application possibilities will work according to the ministry to facilitate the rental of rental cars or the use of carsharing offers. Step by gradually, the functions of the digital driver's license should be further expanded, up to the full equality with the classic card driver's license.
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