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Rabobank announces new interface for mobile banking apps

Wednesday 28 August 2019 | 13:31 CET | News
Rabobank has announced coming changes to the internet banking interface on its website and to its mobile banking apps for Android and iOS. Users will in a few months get a different login screen and the use of colour will change. Rabobank said the adjustments will create a more modern and manageable service. The app icon for Rabobank's mobile banking app will also change. A number of functionality alterations will also take place.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Rabobank Mobiel
Countries: Netherlands
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