Revolut Introduces Updated Version of Fintech App for 35M Global Clients

Digital bank Revolut has introduced the updated version of its app — Revolut 10 — for its 35 million+ international clients.

Revolut noted that clients had asked for all things money made easy, so they challenged themselves to see how easy they could make Revolut 10. The Fintech firm also mentioned that they think you’ll find that it’s “not only super smooth, and intuitive, but will also be your new favorite way to do money.”

When compared to the older version of the app, Revolut 10 features a more seamless look which allows clients to view their account balances via the home screen, according to a blog post by the company.

As explained in the announcement, clients may access all their Revolut accounts, while switching from one to another with just a tap.

Revolut 10 provides the option to further personalize the Fintech app with the addition of customized backgrounds, widgets, themes and navigation, the firm noted.

For instance, clients are able to select a different type of background for every account, making it a lot more straightforward to identify one account from another.

The updated version of Revolut also offers the ability to carry out money-related tasks in a seamless manner. These tasks include sending funds, spending, and saving money.

The latest version of the Fintech app will be introduced in a gradual manner, so that clients may not access all these new features immediately.

Revolut‘s management added:

“Listening to our customers was key to Revolut 10. My goal is making money streamlined and easy to manage for everyone, which means considering every pixel, swipe and tap along the way.”

The digital bank’s number of customers — 35 million — is up from the 30 million the firm had claimed on June 1 and the 25 million it had onboarded back in November of last year.

In July 2023, Revolut had revealed that it’s providing accounts to non-US consumers in a compliant manner (in the United States).

Specifically, these customers may not have a social security number or a taxpayer identification number. This move aims to improve the availability of Fintech services.

Now, the virtual banking platform is able to work with clients who legally reside in the US on some kind of visa.

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