Great app. Great security. UI needs improvement I am really impressed with this app. very easy set up and notification feature let's me know everything in and out of my acc as it happens. Agree with others here that ui really needs improvement. Not really nice to look at is it? also dev must remove icon from notification bar. Possible addition would be the ability to hide app or some sort of secret login or concealed in a dummy app. Eg fake music player or game.
Pretty good Not a bad attempt. Works well enough and it's brilliant to have all my accounts in one place. Would get 5 stars if I could get my barclaycard details here too. Interface takes a little getting used to, but I'm getting the hang of it now.
Very useful app I like the ability to display accounts from multiple institutions and this app was my main banking app for a few years. Unfortunately one of my two institutions supported by this app has changed their login process so it no longer accessible and that, combined with the improvements to my suppliers apps over the years, has led me to have stop using the app. If you have a number of supported suppliers then this is a useful tool for a one hit access to your transactions and balances.
Was great but now does not work and no developer support The app used to do everything I could have wished but has now stopped working with Lloyds bank. I have emailed the developer multiple times over the last few months with no reply. Very disappointed.
Santander UK Following being fobbed off by Santander UK again about an Android app, I stumbled across this and reluctantly gave it a bash with a few worried about security etc. But read the T's & C's are very clear about who holds your personal info. Great app!
Not bad, could be better The app itself isn't too bad, the navigation of accounts works quite well, but HSBC UK compatibility is limited. HSBC needs the security key so the refresh doesn't work and the app complains constantly about failed logins. I'm tempted to remove, only because it sits in the notification bar all the time and I don't want people who pick up my phone to see I have a bank app running. If it wasn't so overt I would keep it.
This is a Release Candidate version. The final versions of the Bank Control service and application are expected by the end of 2011.
Build 1382: improved stability, password suggestions fixed, payment dialog fix;
Build 1365 (major update):
* added support for "available to spend" balances
* NatWest/RBS synchronisation lag fixed
* better error messages and audit viewer
* batter recorded payment outcome
* stability and performance improvements
* improved configuration for alerts
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