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If you’re a Commonwealth Bank of Australia customer then you’re going to want to have CommBank Kaching installed on your Android device for all your mobile banking needs. It was updated today and is now no longer just a mobile site wrapped in an Android app, instead it’s a full-blown native app that’s very slick and easy to use.

You can manage all your accounts, pay bills, send money via email, phone, and Facebook, locate the nearest CBA ATM and branch, and receive payments.

Currently the app is compatible with the following devices, however, if you own a different device and can get the app going, please let us know!

Compatible devices…

  • Samsung Galaxy S
  • Samsung Galaxy S2
  • Samsung Galaxy S3
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus
  • Samsung Nexus S
  • Samsung Galaxy Ace
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy Gio
  • Samsung Galaxy W
  • HTC Desire HD
  • HTC One X
  • HTC Sensation
  • HTC Incredible S

For more information about Kaching, you can check out the Commonwealth Bank’s web site for Kaching.

Source: CommBank Kaching (Play Store).
Via: Derek Jenkins (@ozdj).
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    Nick Bellios
    7 years ago

    Note 2 owners *drum roll*
    We have KACHING!

    Stuart Cole
    8 years ago

    Until these moronic luddites support NFC, who cares?

    Diana
    Diana
    8 years ago

    used to work on my s3, but now its updated it wont do bpay!!!!

    Damon Smith
    Damon Smith
    8 years ago

    Works well on my RAZR HD. Massive improvement.

    Seb141
    Seb141
    8 years ago

    Desire HD compatibility, but not One S – much to my mate’s disgust. Can’t really see the logic there!

    Skye Rebecca Stanton
    8 years ago

    I had it on my note 2 but now apparently it isn’t compatible since the silly update – I use this app every day…when are they going to fix it.

    Justin
    Justin
    8 years ago

    The person those screenshots belong to is rich.

    Brad H
    Brad H
    8 years ago

    Way better than the ‘CommBank’ app. Favourite feature is being able to see your default balance without logging in. Real handy.

    Belly
    Belly
    8 years ago

    Cant get itnto work on my S2. Last version worked fine. This version the ‘accept’ button doesnt appear during terms and conditions so I cant even get into it. Thoughts?

    James Finnigan
    James Finnigan
    8 years ago

    Looks much nicer. Good work, Commonwealth Bank!

    dara ing
    dara ing
    8 years ago

    still no nfc payment support?

    Tom Rubery
    8 years ago

    No note 2!!

    Nick Bellios
    8 years ago

    Note 2!!!

    Taufiq Khan
    8 years ago

    Working well on Nexus 4, think the graphic design is uglier but it’s a lot more responsive πŸ™‚

    Mitchell Smith
    Mitchell Smith
    8 years ago

    Works wonderfully on my HTC One X. Such a superior experience to the previous version.

    Adrian Mace
    8 years ago

    confirmed working on Google Nexus 4 but the bar at the top isn’t sized properly for the resolution.

    Tommy Wong
    8 years ago

    no support for Note 2…looks like need to look for the apk πŸ™

    Nick Fletcher
    Nick Fletcher
    8 years ago

    gah they allow it for the Samsung GS3 (i9300), but not the LTE version (i9305) πŸ™ it’s the same phone!!

    Nick Fletcher
    Nick Fletcher
    Reply to  Nick Fletcher
    8 years ago

    OK it appeared for me on my i9305 last night.. not sure what happened. Either way, it’s an excellent upgrade