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Monese launched a desktop version of its app

Uk based challenger banking app Monese has launched a desktop version of its banking platform.

This is marketed as one of the first desktop platforms from a digital banking provider and is available for all customers from today.

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Starling bank has launched a desktop version of its app previously but it serves for their business account customers.

Through this desktop version, customers will be able to fully operate their accounts and download a print out statements.

Obviously, Monese provides the customers with a two-factor authentication process on the first log in, as users will have to use the mobile app to securely log onto the web platform.

Norris Koppel, CEO and founder of Monese, told AltFi: “While the majority of our customers enjoy accessing their multi-currency accounts using their mobile, we rolled out the web version of Monese in response to growing demand.”

“It complements our mobile offering – is easy to navigate and provides plenty of tools to manage your account and expenses. We’re working on adding more features, this is a sneak peek of what’s to come,” he added.

Monese had a great to 2020 when it hit 2 million customer mark in late January and wants to reach 5m by the end of the year.

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