Monzo, the start-up which is hoping to turn its app in to a fully-fledged bank later in the year, has launched to the public.
The Paypal mobile app has recently gone through a redesign, in an effort to make it simpler and more personal for users, wherever they may be.
Mondo, which is a new start-up hoping to turn its app into a fully-fledged bank later this year, is set to launch a crowdfunding drive to raise a further £1 million to help with their launch.
Splittable is an iPhone and Android app aimed at housesharers looking to keep track of shared expenses.
Droplet, a mobile app that combines loyalty with payments is one of the first companies in the UK to return to Crowdcube to achieve its aim of being in 20 cities by the end of 2016.
Pennies, the spending and budgeting iPhone app we’ve shared a few times on Money Watch, has launched its latest version (v3), with a list of new features.
Droplet, the payments and rewards app targeting independent retailers, has expanded in to a further seven cities in the UK, and is also offering users a £5 incentive for introducing their friends and family to the app.
Personal finance manager MoneyDashboard has recently updated their Android and IOS apps to add new features.
A new app has been launched which is designed to help students manage their money.
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.