16th December 2016 at 12:00pm
With the festive period just around the corner and Christmas lists being eagerly compiled, these days it’s not so much new trinkets but new technology that figure highly.
That’s why we thought now would be a great time to launch the new version of the Standard Life Savings app, a handy addition to any new (or existing) mobile or tablet.
Your finances at the touch of a button
According to a report by the British Bankers’ Association, more people than ever are shunning their local branches in favour of their mobile app. We now expect to handle financial affairs as easily and conveniently as our email or Facebook page.
Freedom to manage your money on the go
And we believe that the same goes for our savings and investments, and that’s why we introduced the Standard Life UK app.
By downloading the app you get the freedom to manage your pension on the go, and even take out an ISA. With new features being added all the time it’s a great way to manage and build your savings in one place with just a few touches on your mobile.
You’ll be able to:
view the value of your plans(s)
increase your regular payments
take out a Stocks and Shares ISA
top-up your pension
view your fund performance
access our retirement planning tool.
You’ll even be able to view the News and MoneyPlus blog, with all the latest news and tips on how to help manage your financial future.
And there should be a version that suits you. The Standard Life Savings app is available for iOS devices running iOS 8 and above and Android devices running version 4.3 (KitKat) or above. So whether you have an iPhone or an Android, you can download it today.
Download it today
New gadget or not, it’s always good to have the latest apps on your device and by downloading the new version of the Standard Life Savings app, that’s exactly what you’ll get – an even slicker way of managing your money on the go.
The information in this blog or any response to comments should not be regarded as financial advice.
As with any investment, the value of a pension can go up or down and may be worth less than what was paid in. Information correct as of December 2016.
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