I set a pin, but it'll get forgotten and I have to enter password then reset up the pin. Seems to happen a lot, perhaps when the app is updated? Would prefer to use fingerprint instead.
Good first effort on a mobile app, but the UI could use some tweaking, especially when viewing the summary performance of the portfolio and the detailed allocation. I would suggest that it is possible to change the screen orientation to landscape and add some sort of date selector in the app, because it can get quite to tricky to select the preferred day for which you want to view the performance from the graph. Similarly the circular view of the asset allocation does not quite work, given that it is difficult to spin the circle and stabilise it so that you can view the performance and allocation for the preferred asset class (especially for asset classes with lower allocation percentages that are displayed as a very thin part of the overall circle). It might be easier to just have a slick table with the % allocation and latest performance data. It would also be nice to add some other features like fingerprint login, the ability to view all your portfolios in a single summary view along with more rich info regarding Moneyfarm's investment approach, choice of ETF's, total yearly cost of managing the portfolios Regardless, kudos to the Moneyfarm team for delivering on their promises. When I was opening the account, they promised that they would launch an Android app prior to the end of 2016 and they did!
A simple way to keep track of investments on the go. Easy to use and lets you see your portfolios and how they are performing, and allows you to top up portfolios. I wish it would display more detailed information about the assets, like the website, but the app is simple and easy to use.
This is for the app, not the service. I haven't tested the service yet. The app has issues. Big ones that make me want to pull back all of my investments: 1) It often says it has no connection to the internet, which is false - triple checked on a hundred occasions, definitely a bug. 2) The registrations through the app don't go as planned. When you try to accept the T&Cs you get an error that something went wrong, when in fact your account is created (try logging in via the website). 3) Your account doesn't get activated - it says it will not take more than a day but for me it did, and I was told this was a 'notification error'. I believe it's because of the app. 4) You have to manually write your password every time you login in. I wouldn't mind having the app actually make use of PINs and fingerprint logins - which are now present on all of the major flagship phones worldwide. If you want to be taken seriously, fix things that make you look like a start-up run by people who don't really care about their app.
Good app nice and simple but has one annoying bug, PIN security keeps disabling after app updates
Keeps loosing the pin number and reverting to password. Very annoying