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#153642 3-Oct-2014 14:41
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Guys any idea why ANZ is not releasing their Mobile App for Windows alone. Theere are quiet a few number of people who are customers of ANZ but where dragged away from using mobile banking facilities, just because they are having windows phone. Why?? Any idea?

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  #1146666 3-Oct-2014 14:46
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I think one reason is that they were waiting on 8.1 to be rolled out - now thats out, hopefully we'll see something come out soon.... Ive just asked on Twitter to see what they say.





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  #1146672 3-Oct-2014 15:02
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That's Good News and Hope to see something coming out soon!!!

 
 
 
 


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  #1146684 3-Oct-2014 15:13
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Reply from ANZ....

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Hi Gavin, the mobile team are gauging interest & demand for a Win app at the moment. Happy to pass on your feedback. ^MV




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  #1147005 3-Oct-2014 22:41
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I asked them the same last year and this year and got same response as above. No good reason to wait for WP8.1 or 8.0. ASB released their app on Windows Phone 7.5




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  #1147007 3-Oct-2014 22:44
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This just shows that windows phone market is still low and they are not interested yet.





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  #1147029 3-Oct-2014 23:36
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In the mean time you could try the webapps app to wrap their website into an "app"

http://www.windowsphone.com/s?appid=49e97b4c-7715-4103-8519-066244fc9e2f

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