Brillient app Beats the pants off paypal, the second someone sends you money is the second you get it, no waiting how many days for the money to clear to go back onto your card in case of a refund, no waiting stupid 2hrs after withdrawing as with paypal, before you can actually use the money. Extreamly easy to use, and has come on in leaps and bounds. Paypal take note, THIS is how it's supposed to be done
Shittiest banking app ever! Absolutely worthless, initiated a payment weeks ago but haven't been able to confirm it. App displays ' barclays services unavailable'. Called customer care and they were equally unhelpful. All they did was asking me to wait! No idea till when. Wow.
Good app, but the age limit too low! My kids are unable to use it until they are 16, although they already hold a Barclays account & debit card! Need to lower the age limit for account holders!
Nougat! Finally got nougat support and could withdraw funds from my account. Whilst it's the most popular payment service around, I think it could be better. How about allowing funds to automatically be withdrawn?
Life changing! Since using Barclays Pingit I can now manage my money and send payments with ease. My son pays his rent in seconds and we lend each other money with ease...and doing the lottery is a breeze. Perfect!
Finally Finally updated for Android N. Removed 2 stars for the length it time it's taken to get it working, and the inconvenience
In this update you can now send payments to people in Australia.
Pingit users can also receive payments from people in Australia who are:
• Commonwealth Bank customers and;
• Registered with the Commbank App to send money to Pingit users
You can opt out of this service at any time in ‘Settings’ within the app or by contacting us.
We’ve also made euro payments easier – you can now send euros to 33 European countries with just a phone number and an IBAN.
For Barclays Bank customers who receive Mobile Phone Insurance and Gadget Cover
Use Barclays Mobile Banking to manage account and investments with your smartphone