Pingit is a super speedy and secure way to send and receive money.

You can pay by phone using the app and you don’t need to bank with us to use it. It’s also free for personal use, whether you’re making or receiving mobile payments. To use this money transfer app, you just need to be over 16, have a current account with any UK bank and a mobile phone that’s registered in the UK, Jersey, Guernsey or the Isle of Man.

How does it work?

The Pingit payment app links your phone number to your bank account, making it quick and easy to pay by mobile. It’s as simple as texting – just find a contact in your address book, enter the amount and send money to them straightaway. You can also use it to make in-store payments and request money from friends – it acts as a bill-splitting app, making settling group payments simple.

Introduce your friends to Pingit and get £5 for each person that downloads the app and makes a mobile payment. You’ll find the T&Cs for the Pingit introduce a friend offer here.

If you’ve got a Barclays Business current account and a UK mobile number, you can use Pingit to make and receive instant payments – and you can send and manage your invoices for free.

When you split a bill and request money from friends, you can now enter how much you owe too. You can also send an emoji when you pay someone .

And remember, you don’t need to bank with Barclays to use Pingit.
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What's New

Fingerprint authentication is available for compatible Android devices. Barclays customers can now pay someone even if they do not have their mobile number - as long as they have their sort code and account number then the payment is good to go.
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Additional Information

October 15, 2018
Current Version
Requires Android
4.4 and up
Content Rating
Mature 17+
Interactive Elements
Digital Purchases
Offered By
Barclays Services Limited
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