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Press Release

February 8, 2024

OK Mobile ID App Decommissioned 


February 8, 2024

OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. – Service Oklahoma announced today that the OK Mobile ID App has officially been decommissioned.

While there was a lack of use cases with the app, Service Oklahoma has contacted users that provided contact information to let them know it is no longer in service.

Service Oklahoma remains committed to meeting the accessibility needs of all Oklahomans. Like their other online products and services, any future mobile applications will adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

The OK Mobile App was transferred to Service Oklahoma through the transition of services on November 1, 2022. Service Oklahoma then discontinued any promotion, integration or development efforts on the app.

Since its inception, Service Oklahoma’s mission has been to ease the stress for citizens to obtain government services. Service Oklahoma seeks to be a digital service leader, bringing human-centered design to the administration of government services.

Service Oklahoma: Oklahomans Helping Oklahomans  
Service Oklahoma's mission is to ease the stress of navigating government services while providing a best-in-class customer experience. Service Oklahoma provides driver license and motor vehicle services on behalf of the state both online and in-person. Service Oklahoma’s partnership with licensed operators (formerly tag agents) provides essential services in all 77 counties at 270+ locations across the state.

Media Contact

Britnee Joyner

Service Oklahoma
Public Information Manager