first direct has wasted no time in optimising its mobile banking app to support Face ID on the iPhone X.
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.
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.
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.
This week sees the release of a stylish new budgeting app for iPhone.
Leaving aside Apple’s latest shiny hardware, in the shape of the iPhone 6, iPhone 6+ and the forthcoming Apple Watch, for those of us interested in personal finance, the most important announcement at yesterday’s event was the launch of Apple’s mobile payment system, Apple Pay.
The next generation of the Apple’s iOS operating system (iOS8) will have a new feature allowing you to quickly enter credit card details in to websites simply by scanning your card.
Account aggregator OnTrees has updated its iPhone app, with a new and improved process for updating your accounts, and a greater number of accounts to choose from.
According to OrSaveIt, the average person spends almost £3,000 each year on impulse purchases. So they’ve built an iPhone app they hope will encourage us to stop all the impulse spending.
Could we finally be seeing the end of the online banking dongle?