With the launch of its B2C mobile insurance app for Android, KoverNow opens up to the Singapore market

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“Our developers have designed the app to be fast which means consumers can organise, monitor and change their insurance cover both easily and rapidly, whether they are using Android or iOS phones” said Stephan Kaiser, CEO of KoverNow. “And, to suit our audience, the look and feel of the new app is more goal-based without compromising on the simplicity and minimalism that characterised our original iOS version.”

KoverNow, a Singapore-based insurtech startup, has announced the debut of its first Android app, as well as an improved version of its current iOS app, both of which provide an easy-to-use interface and services geared at Singapore residents. The new KoverNow app swiftly and conveniently provides insurance cover for watches, jewellery, electronic gadgets, cameras, and purses, with an improved user interface and a design tailored towards its Millennial target population. This new edition, which is always intuitive, breaks new ground in terms of providing a user experience that is tailored to modern lives.

Highlights

  • The Android version of the app, like the existing iOS version, will initially offer insurance coverage through QBE Singapore, KoverNow’s main insurance partner. KoverNow is also expected to announce that new categories will be added including Pet, eMobility and Travel before the end of the year.

  • Amongst the new features included in the app is a dialogue feature, which will allow users to connect directly with KoverNow, if they have questions about any aspect of their insurance policy or cover. The new version will also introduce a charting function, allowing users to track the value of their cherished items inside the KoverNow ‘Vault’, whether those items are insured or not (these items can then be instantly insured at the touch of a button, or coverage removed just as easily).

 

“The customer journey in our new app has also been improved to make it more seamless and easier to use, reducing the number of steps that customers need to take to ensure their precious items are fully insured,” Stephan Kaiser continued. “This enhanced customer experience reflects our understanding of what users are looking for: simplicity, speed, reliability and a great in-app experience. Given the high number of Android users in Singapore, where the app will be available, we are anticipating a significant number of downloads.”

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