Since the launch of Pennies for Apple Watch in April, budgeting app developer Emile Bennett has been hard at work putting together the biggest Pennies update so far.
There’s been a growth in the number of car insurers offering driving apps which aim to prove you’re a safe driver and consequently cut the cost of your car insurance.
Traditional cash pocket money is dying out as increasing numbers of parents are paying their children’s pocket money digitally, according to new research from financial technology company Intelligent Environments. However, in spite of an increasingly digitally-native generation of youngsters, only two UK high street banks cater for children under the age of 11.
Despite being named as one of the launch partners, there was some surprise when HSBC and First Direct account holders were unable to use Apple Pay when it launched here in the UK earlier in the month.
The days of the best man chasing the groom’s mates to get their contribution to a weekend of revelry, a tatty envelope going round the office collecting cash for a colleague’s birthday gift, or a jam jar stuffed with cash in a shared house could well be a thing of the past with the launch of KiTTi, a brand new money management app from Santander.
comparethemarket.com has launched a major update to its energy comparison app – Snapt – enabling people to scan the Quick Response (QR) code on their energy bills simply by pointing their smartphone’s camera at the code.
Apple has announced that its payment service, Apple Pay, is launching in the UK this July.
iZettle has announced that it is the first major mobile payments company to offer small businesses a card reader that enables contactless payments and supports the long awaited Apple Pay.
In its first quarterly “Digital Dashboard”, Halifax has announced a large growth in mobile banking amongst its users.
The Pennies Budgeting app, which we looked at previously when it was released for the iPhone, has now launched on Apple’s latest gadget, the Apple Watch.