March 24, 2016 11:32am
RBC has updated its RBC Mobile app on Android with a new design similar to what the bank has on offer on iOS.
Besides the fresh redesign, the update also adds several new features to make the app easier to use. One specific improvement is that RBC customers can now check their account balances without signing into the app every single time.
Early reviews are promising. “You went from one of the absolute worst mobile banking experiences to one of the best in one day,” says one user on the Google Play Store. “The previous version of this app was total garbage. A very slow experience. This update improved the app performance immensely.”
In addition, RBC has released its standalone RBC Wallet app on the platform, which allows users to pay for items with their phone and store loyalty cards. However, most people are not impressed with the current release; it appears riddled with bugs, with users getting a “failed to complete transaction” message when they try to use the app to complete a purchase.