Can't even get past the signup flow. It has a requirement that you click a deeplink in your email and that boots you back to the app. Unfortunately for me, it boots me back to the start of the signup flow. It's wonderful that they put in a nice signup flow like this but it's pretty stupid that they don't have a backup plan for when it doesn't work. Like, the link says my email is confirmed. Why can't I just log in with that then? Further, support recommended I download a different browser just to get signed up. Sorry folks, not installing a second app for the sole purpose of signing up for yours.
Sounds good but you need a bank account hooked up to get a card sent out. Since debit cards now double as a credit card and banks offer free e-transfers there's not much point now. ***e-transfers are done through an already existing bank account which offer prepaid cards and debit credit cards making this app useless to the average person.
Awesome! Wrote a long review about them online.
Freedom from bank fees yay !
People need to keep in mind that this is still a beta. So far, even in beta form, the Koho team has managed to build probably the nicest banking app on android of any I have seen. They have managed to maintain the material design aesthetic while not sacrificing functionality. Although the product is still missing a few key features, I have no doubt they will get there and for that reason I am going to give this app five stars. One word of advice, bring back the original app logo. The current letters in a box is uninspiring and boring.
Excellent app and the people at Koho have been superb to deal with. Can't wait to see what other features are coming! And concerning the negative comment that someone left about paying a $20 fee to use Koho- this is simply not true. It's free to use and they ask you to deposit some cash when you first sign up (you know, so you can actually start using it).
🕷 Bugs 🐜
1. Spendable would appear to not update after a change in balance
2. Sort biller search results