It in addition follows the introduction of a new banking app for tablets, in March, which the bank stated, has 50,000 active users.
As per to Vuyo Mpako, head of Innovation and channel design at
The app incorporates the Standard Bank ID that was introduced with the tablet app; meaning that once you create your unique login (Standard Bank ID), it can be used on all devices.
The new app is in the beginning obtainable for iOS and Android devices. There are plans in progress to release the app on more phone platforms based on customer demand. The bank said that the existing Blackberry and Windows mobile banking apps continue to cater for users on those platforms.
The iPhone version will be obtainable in the
Android users will be capable to download the new app from the
Mpako said, In the last few months, the response to innovations like the app for tablets, SnapScan and MasterPass has been increasingly positive this is indicative of a market moving towards smart, intuitive banking solutions .
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