Centtrip, a fintech company specialising in international payments, foreign exchange and expenditure, has released an offline feature for its award-winning app. The new mode allows users to view some key information such as their card and account transactions wherever they are in the world, and whether or not they have internet access.
The offline mode stores information from when users last accessed the app and loads recent transaction details quickly, whether they are commuting underground, are in flight mode or in area with poor signal, ensuring they have the most straightforward user experience possible and can keep track of their spending continuously.
The development enables clients to have absolute control of transactions and spending. It also allows for more efficient financial management without being restricted by the lack of internet connection.
Jim Warner, Director of Operations at Centtrip, said: “We recognise how frustrating it is for both corporate and private clients to have to rely on Wi-Fi connection or mobile data for continuous access to their accounts. The majority of our clients are constantly on the move and may not always have time to wait until they are next online to complete reconciliation or run straightforward treasury operations. Any delay can be critical in business, so having instant access is crucial. With our offline mode, our clients will have the seamless and efficient experience they are after.”