I think it would be great if we could see our finances from a desktop as well as our phones
The whole point of Monzo was designed for mobile use, not sure why you’d sign up for a Mobile only bank but then want a desktop version?
You can access a desktop limited version in case you lose your phone, but I can’t see Monzo developing a fully fledged desktop version.
“At Monzo, we’re building a new kind of bank. One that lives on your smartphone and built for the way you live today.”
For business accounts a desktop version would be useful.
You might want to vote for this here where someone mentioned it previously:
Or you can keep an eye on this topic where someone making one himself:
This isn’t a helpful thing to say. OP makes a perfectly valid point
Is the Monzo app available on Chrome OS?
It supports Android apps, or have Monzo blocked it?
I think it is possible. It’s not officially supported, and you might struggle to download it from the Play Store on most Chrome OS devices. I believe sideloading the Monzo APK is a work around.
You also have to remember that if you use Monzo on an Android phone, too - you’ll be unable to stay logged in on both Chrome OS devices and phone. So you’ll have to keep logging in.
I would love to be able to access and manage my account online instead of only on my device, will this ever be possible?
You can do all the essential stuff on web.monzo.com
It’s only for emergencies though if you’ve lost your card or phone and are waiting for it to be sorted.
Already discussed here.
The main voting thread for a desktop version of the Monzo app is here:
It would be great to get a Flutter version of the Monzo app in future, so it can run across mobile, desktop, and web.
Having a keyboard and mouse is really useful for tedious financial tasks, e.g. work expenses or tax.
Are there plans for a desktop based version of Monzo in the future?
I think this would be a good improvement and would open up Monzo for a different scope of users.
This is the main thing keeping me from using Monzo as my main account. I don’t want to be tied to a single device (something else the app enforces).
Scroll up a few posts, and you can Vote for it (or vote on this thread, they all get noted)
Being a smart or digital bank is fine with me. Sometimes I just want to be able to see more things easier with desktop or web interface or maybe even an ipad app that isn’t the iphone version blown up.
I’m using Bluestacks to see it on my pc. ok not a web version but useful to have another way to access your apps on a emulator. If you lose your phone for example or anything else happens to it you can manage your account from bluestacks with google account installed. I use this to manage my partners phone also.
The idea of making it live on smartphone is to make it easy to use, and different from the experience you get with high street banks, but surely it doesn’t mean locking it to mobile!
A big part of this new user journey or experience is being able to access their bank records online using a dekstop or PC… any product which doesn’t offer this is not offering a complete user experience!