Ngo is launching a financial management app in the UK that lets you track your financial transactions and manage your balance.
The app is being developed by Ngo Capital, a British tech start-up with offices in London and Singapore, and it’s available for iOS and Android.
The app will allow users to create accounts, create portfolios, view financial data, and track financial activity.
The company says the app will help you manage your finances better.
“Financial management apps are becoming increasingly popular as they provide access to the latest information and analysis in real-time, while allowing users to track their progress and manage their financial lives more efficiently,” said Ngo CEO and cofounder, Tim Shook.
“We believe that financial management apps will become increasingly important as more people turn to these tools for more efficient financial management.”
Ngo also released a free trial version of the app that includes some of the same features as the paid version.
The Financial Management App is a free download on the Ngo App Store.
It’s available in the U.K. and the U,N.
territories, with more countries expected to come to the app in time.
In addition to its financial management capabilities, the Financial Management apps also includes a “personal finance” feature, which lets users create an account and track their expenses.
Users can also create a portfolio, track financial trends and financial metrics, and access a wealth management app.
For the uninitiated, an “account” is a separate personal financial account that can be created by users for their own personal use.
“Personal finance” lets users manage finances without having to create a financial account.
In Ngo, Ngo users will be able to manage their accounts and portfolios.
Ngo says the company plans to allow for up to five accounts per user.
Ngo says it is working with banks and credit unions to integrate the app into their systems.
“We’re excited to be working with the UK financial services industry to enable this innovative financial management solution,” Shook said.
“By making the app available for the financial services market, we’re confident that it will be a major success for our investors and our customers.”
The Financial Services App is available on the Google Play Store, Apple’s App Store, and the Apple App Store in the United Kingdom, and in the Netherlands, Germany, and Switzerland.