A students best friend It has a lot of useful features that are semi hidden, but if you call the call center they will almost always recommend you fix your problem through this app which is much more convenient
From a functional perspective it's kind of OK, but I have a couple of remarks with respect to usability: The app's user experience does not follow Android standards and guidelines: 1. The hamburger menu (horizontal bars on top) in virtually all Android apps is on the upper left corner, instead of on the upper right. 2. The app does not follow common 'back stack' behavior. Wherever I press back, it always wants to log out. Even when I have only opened the hamburger menu. It does not allow you to go to any previous screen. 3. The most common use cases (user scenarios) should be upfront and accessible really quickly. Many apps solve this with a 'dashboard' home screen to provide quick access and use the hamburger menu for other, less commonly used, functions. In short, the app seems to be designed by Web developers, not mobile developers. Not following Android standards deteriorates usability, is frankly kind of annoying and cannot be excused anno 2015. Also, NFC does not work for me (Galaxy Note 4, Android 4.4.4). I highly recommend a configurable automatic logout timer! I haven't tried scanning yet.
functional thanks for fixing the auto rotate issue! still not very fond of the UI but I can do almost all the ebanking on my phone.
Current the Scan function simply does not recognises any slip I give it, including the ones it used to scan in the past. And don't even get me started on the NFC card they use for "road" access. The app is completely unable to read it, I have to try multiple app restarts, etc before it even works. (and no, it is not the card itself or the phone, a tagreader app on the same phone recognises the nfc card every time within tens of seconds). Oh, well, it has some redeeming qualities. As it allows me to access my bank information from home. Like, uhm. every other bank... Sighs. [Update 2015-07-21] Re: NFC Card, Since about 2 weeks I have a new accesscard, which seem to function much better. I can only assume the old one got tired of being scanned by X-ray machines on airports a lot ^^
Almost perfect app! The bill scanner works great every time. Only wish we could add new payee through the app. NFC functionality was broken with the switch to Lollipop but a call to the support line and a new card fixed the issue.
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