Canadian direct bank, Tangerine has announced that its mobile banking application will be one of the first apps available on Apple Watch.
As of Friday April 24, Tangerine mobile banking app will be available from the Apple Watch App Store.
The application will enable users to easily and quickly access their personal banking information, including recent transactions, the transaction details and viewing their account balance. Also, users will be able to receive notifications to their Apple Watch.
President and CEO of Tangerine, Peter Aceto said: “We’re excited to be one of the first apps available on Apple Watch as we continue to deliver simple and innovative solutions that allow our clients to bank on their own terms.”
“This continuous innovation is what reinforces Tangerine’s position as a forward thinking bank and sets us apart when it comes delivering the future of banking to Canadians.”
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