A decent start - work in progress? Generally seems quite logical and useful however there are major flaws which urgently need addressing. The login doesn't allow login details to be saved so I need to remember full details each time I use the app. (A pass code system would solve this). Also the app doesn't appear in my apps list (Galaxy note 4) or the main screen so to find and use the app I have to go though Google Play to find it in the installed list and open from there - This lack of basic function really spoils the whole experience.
Only basic functions work Alerts are a nice idea but don't work. Login to trade and it gets slow and buggy on the number input ends up being dyslexic. If you want to just view market rates it works all other features are a lie.
Login and overall security Not having to constantly login would be a big plus. However, a second authentication factor should be implemented first as the app might give an hijacker access to steal from you (it's possible to add recipients from the app). Google authenticator would be appreciated even for the website.
Won't work if the superSU app is installed The latest version tries to ensure that it cannot be used on a rooted device but the test includes a test for the existence of superSU. My Nexus 7 had been rooted once before I recently unrooted it but I had left superSU installed. OFX claimed the device was rooted until I uninstalled superSU.
Won't run on rooted device? All my banking apps run just fine on my rooted device and have done for years ... OFX app developers should look at banking apps around the world if they can't make their app secure on Android like everyone else manages. Its particularly silly when you realise OFX transactions in Australia re only processed after funds are transferred manually outside this app ... so where is the risk?
Convert 15 currencies at once. It's fast and works offline, too :) Now for wear