Mobile finance apps are now more sophisticated than ever, and a new survey suggests many people are relying on them more than ever before.
Mobile financial apps like Postcard, Qantas, and Expedia are all designed to help you manage your finances, and many offer financial-related tools like checking accounts and mortgages.
The apps can also help you with basic banking, including credit card processing, payments, and payments on credit cards.
But a new study from financial software company Pubg Mobile says most people still have trouble managing financial information when they’re on the go.
Pubg Mobile surveyed 2,000 people using mobile devices in the United States and Canada and found more than half of them still struggle with financial information on their mobile devices.
The study also found people were less likely to be able to manage their financial information and use mobile finance apps to do so.
It found more people use mobile financial applications when they are on the move.
The survey also found that most people are now using apps like Qantans, Expedia, and Postcard for banking and credit card transactions.
Some of the key findings in the study include:Mobile financial applications help you save and spend money in the most efficient and effective way.
PubG Mobile found that people with financial accounts in more than one account are less likely than others to be aware of how to access their accounts and how to make payments.
More than half the people surveyed reported using a mobile financial app at least once per month, compared to 40 percent of people who didn’t use a mobile finance app.
The study also revealed more than 60 percent of respondents reported having trouble using mobile financial services because of a lack of awareness about the apps and how they work.