Emma App Review: 9 Months
After installing Emma the App Store, the first thing you will notice that its bright and fresh and looks really attractive (some would even say “fun”). Underneath the hood, the app is driven by some pretty high tech - fintech - stuff that aims to make personal finance easy and even fun! With regards to overall design its fresh and fast and cool, with the simple aim of chilling out dealing with money.
It accepts savings and also current accounts within Open Banking meaning it can read from accounts. This is secure as it has no access into yor bank. Emma works her magic on this datagiving reports and graphs of how the bank is doing and where your money is going. Its streets ahead of the other APPS at making piles of dull columns of meaningless numbers., come alive. Its researches into bright, deep analysis to Waze your way through the financlal minefield!!
I started with just the current account to tryout. This convinced me that its good and helpful. For people on fixed income such as young people on pocket money; students; and especially people on pensions - its great and even essential!! If I had Emma when I was a kid - I would not have been riding an old bike with the other kids - I would have been rich!!
So, Emma makes all this so easy and quickly becomes the go to app for bank balances and where the money went!
When Emma has other accounts added, it becomes really alive and agregates and stirs the mix to make the finances standout and jump in bright detail. Its like putting the car head lights on when lost driving down a dark road. So, this is a fantastic app that just makes personal money fun and easy. It will also help people who claim expences and self employed business men.
After looking for an app that can make sense of bank accounts - I have found this with Emma. Security is tops and intriguingly the cash balances can be scrambled - so anyone hacking in would learn nothing.