Sweatcoin is an iPhone and Apple Watch app which counts the number of steps you take and promises to pay you for getting fit.
Cuvva, the pay as you go car insurer, is to launch a brand-new category of car insurance aimed at car owners who use their cars infrequently.
Loot, the latest mobile-only bank, has finally launched following a long delay, promising a “new banking experience” via its app and pre-paid MasterCard.
Monzo has added a new feature, Monzo.me, which allows users to collect money without having to hand out their account number and sort code.
HSBC is reaching out to its customers to trial its new SmartSave app that it hopes will revolutionise savings behaviour.
Folio is a new mobile savings app which aims to give its users the ability to create intelligent saving goals.
A new insurance service, Trov, has launched in the UK, enabling you to insure your gadgets whenever you need to via a mobile app.
New bank Monzo has continued its development with a range of new features, including a way to pay friends and a new security feature for when travelling abroad, among other additions.
Keeping track of your finances can be difficult and time consuming. There are loads of expense tracking apps available which can help though, and a new app, aims to stand out from the crowd thanks to the ease at which it lets you add expenses.
Chip is the new “millennial-friendly” automatic savings app which claims to be the first of its kind to focus on young people’s greatest challenge: saving.