Commonwealth Bank Joins Android Mobile Banking Crowd

Banks once acted like an iPhone app equalled a complete mobile strategy, but times are changing. The Commonwealth Bank has rolled out an Android app for its NetBank service, though judging by early user comments it could use some work.

We criticised the NAB and St George Android apps for doing little more than launching a browser pointing to a web banking service, and to judge from the comments on the Android market, CBA has gone down the same route. If you give it a try (we’re on the road right now without an Android device), tell us your experience in the comments.

NetBank [Android Market]

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