Maybank’s new mobile app goes live for Android and iOS

  • TECH
  • Thursday, 16 Mar 2017

Fully loaded: The new app brings new features such as fingerprint authentication support and mobile prepaid top up within the app.

Maybank’s brand new mobile app can now be downloaded on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Unlike the existing Maybank MY mobile app, the latest app has been redesigned to be simpler and easier to use, with minimalistic design and a high-definition user interface.

Other improvements include a streamlined transaction history, mobile prepaid reload within the app and support for fingerprint login.

This means that users of smartphones with a fingerprint sensor, such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the iPhone 5S onwards, will be able to instantly login with their registered fingerprints on the phone.

The app sports a neat, minimalist design which is made to be moer user-friendly.
The app sports a neat, minimalist design which is meant to be more user-friendly.

Another interesting add-on is the ability to view and pay bills from within the app.

It currently supports billings from TM, Celcom, Astro and Digi. Users can expect more service providers to be added to the list moving forward.

The app can now be downloaded here for Android and iOS.

Meanwhile, the previous Maybank MY app can still be used until Q3 according to the bank to help smoothen the transition of existing users to the new app.

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