Hyper-Informed Finance

Finance apps take on a more thorough form to educate consumers

Implications - Going beyond straightforward money management, banking apps are evolving to be equally concerned with financial literacy as they are with banking. Empowering the consumer with the ability to better understand the benefits of taking financial control, this shift signifies that people are seeking independence when it comes to money.
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Mild Top 3 Examples: 6,838 Total Clicks Jul 14 - Sep 15
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Expense Tracking Apps - The One Touch Expenser Helps You Manage Your Money Efficiently
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Warm 2,909 Clicks Pub: Jul 4, 14
Expense Tracking Apps
The One Touch Expenser Helps You Manage Your Money Efficiently
The One Touch Expenser is a no-frills Android app that helps users track their spending—because, really, where does it all go? Personal finances can be tedious to manage, but keeping an eye... [More]
Banking Assistant Apps - The Kasisto Virtual Personal Assistant is Intelligent and Simple to Use
SCORE: 5.8
Warm 3,477 Clicks Pub: Jul 6, 14
Banking Assistant Apps
The Kasisto Virtual Personal Assistant is Intelligent and Simple to Use
To help you sort out your finances and get them in order, SRI International recently launched its latest new venture that comes in the form of a virtual personal assistant called Kasisto. Using... [More]
Kids Financial Literacy Games - 'Learning Money with Leo' by RBC Aims to Educate Kids on Money
SCORE: 3.7
Mild 452 Clicks Pub: Sep 30, 15
Kids Financial Literacy Games
'Learning Money with Leo' by RBC Aims to Educate Kids on Money
Available in the iTunes App Store, ‘Learning Money with Leo’ by the Royal Bank of Canada is a financial literacy education game designed for children. Featuring a friendly lion mascot... [More]