New third-party mobile banking app for Swedbank is now available
A new third-party Windows Phone app has been released for Swedbank. The approved app, developed by André Claesson, is for those who have an account with the Nordic-Baltic banking group Swedbank. Bankappen enables account holders to manage their finances while on the move, opening up access to balances, transfers and more.
Here are some app highlights, according to the Store listing:
- Review finances
- View account history
- Transfer funds between accounts
- Pay invoices on the go
- Manage recipients for transfers and payments
It's positive to see yet another bank add support for Microsoft's mobile ecosystem, albeit in the form of approval for a platform developer. Just like similar apps from other banks around the world, expect to see basic functionality available after installing to help you get connected when not in front of a PC.
Thanks, Robert, for the tip!
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Actually we have some, but they're just a copy of Android's apps
As far as i can see this is not a official app, its made by a third party. And I gotta say I have a hard time allowing those access to my bank..
I would gladly see official apps, if about banking, financials and access to personal data.
We are not behind this app, and we are, as usual, recommending our customers not to disclose any login information to a third party. This is because we cannot guarantee the security of any other apps than our own.
Does she really deserve the heads-up, if she's only your LESSER half?
Does Sweden allow polygamy by the way?
I'll show myself out...
[Disclaimer: I don't endorse any form of violence. My previous comments where only about wordplay.]
You can certainly decide better than me... ;-)
In a swed-shop?