In a bid to perform as many transactions as possible, banks have been spinning off additional products from their primary offering because transactions translate to more revenue. This trend continues to be emphasized by the release of banking apps that are filled to the brim with important functions, including bill payments, top up services, person to person transfers, to mention a few.
Apps such as Eazzy Banking are at the forefront in defining what a good financial tool should look like. Admittedly, I have never been a fan of some of its design shortcomings. However, the app’s developers are consistent with updates, which is something you couldn’t say half a year ago. Bugs are taken care of on time, and so is the inclusion of extrafeatures that receive little to no media coverage, such as the ability to send funds to a Facebook Friend or Twitter follower.
Today’s update has addressed a serious issue that I encountered a week or so ago. Powering my device at that time was Android 8.1.0, the latest version of Android at the moment. After installing my go-to apps, which include Eazzy, I realized it was not optimized to run on Oreo devices. Any attempt to launch it was met by crashes, which prompted me to reach out to Equity Bank on Twitter.
‘We have fixed bugs and crashes for Android Oreo devices and minor improvements in this release of Eazzy Banking to make your experience even better,’ reads the changelog.
While the update was not immediate (because, bureaucracy), I’m just glad the matter has been addressed nonetheless. This is also an indicator of a development team that is serious about its services and products.
A few months ago, the app received a moderate visual facelift, focusing on bill payment options that now live on the home screen (you can perform other actions from the same screen without necessary logging in, and quickens actions, which is a good thing).