Monthly Archives: April 2013


Australian Banks Need to Embrace Mobile Applications: Study

Australian Banks Need to Embrace Mobile Applications: Study

WE all knew it, and now the science is in: Mobile banking is rubbish. By the end of 2013, more Australians are predicted to be using their mobile phones to do banking than their desktop computers, but research released this week shows they are increasingly dissatisfied with the offerings from financial institutions....


Apps Disappoint Despite Vast Tech Spend

Apps Disappoint Despite Vast Tech Spend

The problems consumers have encountered with mobile banking applications may inform the financial services industry as it looks to produce its own investment and superannuation apps. According to BanterMob director of mobile marketing and strategy Kelly Slessor, the wealth creation sector is not as advanced as the transactional banking sector....


Mobile Banking Applications Report 2013

Mobile Banking Applications Report 2013

BanterMob has today published a report on the state of the mobile banking applications. The report is the first to analyse more than 42,000 user ratings and 2000 Australian consumer reviews of mobile banking applications. The report shows high levels of customer dissatisfaction with current banking applications but also highlights the huge opportunities for banks in mobile application design and development.


5 apps to get you fit and healthy this summer

Five Apps to Get you Fit and Healthy for Summer

WITH summer just weeks away, the countdown for that beach-ready body has begun. But many of us can't afford a personal trainer and, with life increasingly busy, we struggle to get to the gym. But don't worry, there's an app for that. If you are new to exercise and find it difficult to get started, or simply need help counting the calories, developers have come up with ways to help.