Clearly 2 sides to the whole “to Beta or not to Beta”…
Personally, I find it odd that a customer base who are seemingly overly happy accepting a beta bank account with plenty of bugs and half finished features, are equally as happy to sit back and let Monzo take their time with a new iOS.
Especially given the customer base is renowned for being early adopters and tech savvy.
I didn’t expect Monzo to work out of the blocks, just like I don’t think anyone expects any app to work instantly with a new iOS.
Although I’d be curious to know why Monzo doesn’t work when most others seem to be fine? Guessing it’s just a minor bit of code, but that makes it sound like I know anything at all
But I would have thought Monzo would have at least shown this is a bit of a priority (to get the app running on iOS13), and not make it seem like it could be September before its operational.
The argument that people shouldn’t run it on their main device will always be there - But I personally don’t think it holds any weight in this specific instance.
Clearly different priorities will benefit/suit different people. It seems odd that a bank who prides itself on its tech, looks to be behind even the high street banks, with no obvious inclination to hurry it up…