Lloyds Banking Group has created a suite of new features to help online banking customers manage their money and help protect themselves against fraud.
Lloyds Bank, Halifax and Bank of Scotland current account customers will be able to access the features, including Google Maps functionality.
This allows customers to see the exact location and details of debit card transaction.
The service is now rolling out for Android customers and will be available on iOS early next year.
Another of the new features is a timeline of scheduled payments for regular bills, including monthly direct debits and standing orders.
A number of the tools have already been introduced or will be available in the coming weeks.
“With more than 14 million people actively managing their accounts online with us, and nine million using our top-rated mobile apps, we’re always working behind the scenes on new ways to help make managing every day finances easier for our customers,” said Stephen Noakes, retail transformation director at Lloyds Banking Group.
“We’ve already launched a number of new features to help customers see how they’re doing with saving, spending and using nudges, and we’re taking our industry-leading apps to the next level to offer customers a fuller view of their finances.”
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