Standard Bank app cruising to 15k downloads

Standard Bank has seen 14,879 total downloads for its new mobile banking application since its launch on the 27 June.

The group  launched its mobile banking app for Android, BlackBerry and iOS last week, taking its spot as the third bank to launch a mobile offering for customers.

Since launching its mobile banking application on the 20th July 2011, FNB recently noted that it has seen over R4 billion in transactions go through its own app.

Jordaan also tweeted that the FNB App had over 200,000 transacting users, making over two million transactions.

The app, called “Standard Bank Mobile Banking”, allows users to access a number of the bank’s services, even if you are not an account holder. Users will only be allowed to access accounts from linked devices.

The app makes provision for up to 10 devices to be linked to an account.

The app is free, and has no subscription fees attached – but Standard Bank does point out that “there are transaction fees on certain transactions.”

Total Download figures

Device Downloads
Android 3,869
Apple 8,148
BlackBerry 2,862
Total 14,879

Total Registration figures

Device Downloads
Android 2,529
Apple 5,506
BlackBerry 1,780
Total 9,185

Statistics as at 13:45 – Monday, 2 July

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