BankBazaar.com, the Personal Finance marketplace backed by Amazon, has unveiled new features on its Android App to further help users manage their finances, Bureaucracy Today has learnt.
In the new Personal Finance section, a user views a real-time snapshot of their aggregated balance across multiple savings accounts and transaction history of individual bank accounts. Most people use more than one bank account, which makes it difficult to keep track of transactions and balances. BankBazaar.com solves this problem by displaying consolidated information in one single simple interface.
Customers can view a personalized summary of their consolidated bank balance from the Home Screen itself, with the option to view bank-specific balances too. They can also use the app to quickly and seamlessly update their balance in real time. In addition, the app also tracks credit card spends, due & minimum due amounts corresponding to the billing cycle. All this is done in a reliable, secure, non-intrusive manner after the user signs in using their Google or Facebook login credentials.
Rati Shetty, CPO and Co-founder, BankBazaar.com says, “In our busy day-to-day lives, keeping track of personal finance transactions can take a backseat. When mobile applications help people make every aspect of their lives simpler, why should money matters be any different? We’ve simplified everyday banking transactions and accessibility to the right financial products together in one simple, secure, unobtrusive application.”