Thanks for reaching out to us. The launch of the android app will be 2021.Comment actions
This is good to know. I don't have an iPhone.
I have started to rely on the automatic funding and spending of goals and expenses in the Simple.com app. I guess you call them saving jars and bill jars in your app. I will be curious to find out if they are just as useful and automated as it was with Simple.com.
This can't come soon enough. With simple shutting down and BBVA having old school, backward-looking "money management" tools (can it be considered money management if it only looks at what you did with money and not what you are trying to do?) I need a new bank. I'm really hoping that you'll pick up the baton BBVA is dropping and take it even further than simple had before they were acquired and seemingly gutted with almost no new features or UI/UX enhancements since.
Not having an android app at launch seems odd. This made sense 10 years ago but with today's dev tools, now is borderline unacceptable after alpha. It makes me worry that android will be an afterthought with features launching later and bugs that get ignored. I'm somewhere between disillusioned and cautiously optimistic.
Do you have a place where we can sign up to be notified when an android port is ready? I'm happy to on the beta as well.
It doesn't yet look as advanced as Douugh, but I have decided to use One Finance for now. They do seem to want to advance this kind of functionality.
I don't know why Douugh didn't start web based first and then add smartphone apps after the fact. That would have allowed for the most usability. You could even use it from a computer.
The Douugh team is working hard to bring you the Andriod app as soon as possible, we know not everyone is a lover of the iPhone 😉, so we'll get the Andriod app available as fast as we can.
You can now register your interest for Andriod at Douugh.com and get alerts to its launch.
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