Gone are the days when you needed to visit your bank to update your passbook. Federal Bank, one of the savvy banks in India has introduced FedBook, a convenient and secure mobile passbook for customers who hold a Federal Bank account.
While Federal Bank already has a mobile banking app - FedMobile - for Windows Phone users, this new app allows real time transaction updates without the need for phone calls or SMS alerts. Like the traditional, physical passbook, the app allows you to view your account statements, on the go and even when offline. From within the app, you can view transactions of all operative accounts.
Unlike most mobile banking aps, FedBook allows you to tag transactions and add personalized remarks for transactions. This helps when you are searching and allows you to filter transactions. To use FedBook, your mobile number should be registered with Federal Bank for mobile alerts or for the FedMobile app.
While the app is pretty useful and has an intuitive user interface, I wonder if the functionality can be integrated in the existing banking app, so users don’t have to install a separate app for the purpose. But we’re not complaining!
While the FedMobile app has been available for Windows Phone 7.x and Windows Phone 8 devices, the FedBook app is only available for Windows Phone 8 devices. If you are a Federal Bank customer, download it right away for free from the Windows Phone Store.
Thanks Salman M for the tip!
Hands-on with Surface Duo's OS gestures, spanning, app groups, and more
Microsoft's Surface Duo is coming soon, and the company has been working hard on finalizing the version of Android that will be shipping on Surface Duo later this year. Microsoft has released several emulator builds over the last few months, with each one progressing with new changes, bug fixes, and overall polish. Let's go hands-on with the latest build!
Minecraft Dungeons Ultimate Guide: Everything you need to know
Minecraft Dungeons is here, and it's time to run through everything you need to know about the game.
Teams is raising the bar to 1,000 participants in interactive meetings
Microsoft Teams will soon give users the ability to hold massive interactive meetings. The company is upping the participant limit of interactive meetings to 1,000. Further, presentations will soon be able to hold up to 20,000 viewers.
10 must-have apps for any new PC
You just purchased a new PC and set it up, and now you're looking for some great apps. Look no further. These are the best apps for your new Windows 10 PC.