Simple has released a major update for its finance app for Android devices, including an all new interface and a few new features to help people manage their money.
In addition, the app now allows users to send money to other Simple customers for the first time on mobile via Simple Instant.
The company says, "Sending money to another Simple customer is as easy as adding them as a contact and transferring funds." Also, there's been some updates on the mobile version of the Goals feature to make it easier for users to reach their financial goals.
As far as the new UI for the Simple app, the company says:
"We seriously considered the inclusion of each customer interaction or design element and what it would add to the mobile experience. We simplified the design, relying on color, typography, and animation to guide your focus. The result are apps that feel more fluid, natural, and fun."
What do you think of the new Simple app revamp for mobile devices?
Source: Simple blog
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