Friday , August 17 2018

Today the Commonwealth Bank launched their ‘native application’ for their Netbank service, which they told us was coming. As much as I’d love to tell you about all the wonderful features this ‘native application’ allows you to explore, I can’t. Why? Because it’s a simple browser shortcut that opens the browser to their mobile version of Netbank, which I guess does the job, it’s just strange that it took the CBA so long to make this. We’re not going to sit around complaining though, I want quick access to my bank account and this ‘app’ comes through with the goods, so check it out for yourself via the source link. Oh yeah, and it’ll only work on devices running Android 2.1+.

Source: Android Market.

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If it’s nothing more then a glorified web link why on earth does it require 2.1 or above? What a load of BS!

Michael Wheatland
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Shame on you CBA. Why can’t Australian companies actually invest a bit of time and money into ‘Real Native Applications’ instead of releasing a glorified web browser bookmark.

Telstra’s very poor customer experience should have triggered warning lights for companies trying to get away with this incredibly poor customer service.

Let’s hope that Westpac gets it right. Let’s see if they launch a native app or a not so ‘native app’ as the CBA has.

Dylan Waghorne
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lol irl

Lakrisi
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it’s juat a shortcut to netbank web address… huge fail

maatsby
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maatsby

just like on the iphone. commfail

Kelwynsa8
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Looks like they did Telstra’s trick. Epic fail.

Skythe
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Bankwest has a fairly nice UI for their web interface, I noticed last night.

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