Popular Finance Apps in the Play Store Today



Consumers today are increasingly going mobile. From staying connected to making transactions, individuals use their phones in every aspect of their daily lives. Due to speed, convenience, and efficiency, around 52% of financial transactions in India are being made via mobile phones. Realizing an opportunity here, many banks and Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) have developed mobile applications that help simplify the life of their customers.


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Individuals can use their smartphones to download these easy-to-use and user-friendly finance apps from Play Store or App Store. Following are four apps that consumers are now using to conduct their financial transactions.

Capital First

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Capital First, a leading financial institution in India, provides debt financing to MSMEs and Indian consumers. Through its mobile app, loan seekers may avail of finance through personal loans, consumer durable loans, mortgage loans, and two-wheeler loans. Entrepreneurs and business owners may also avail of business loans through the easy-to-use mobile app.

 SBI Loans

State Bank of India offers an exclusive app for those seeking finance to purchase their dream home. This app allows potential borrowers to check their loan eligibility, get customized loan quotes and also allows borrowers to apply for a loan online.

Individuals may therefore avail themselves of finance anytime, anywhere through their mobile phone. This user-friendly interface facilitates the easy application of loans. Borrowers can therefore avoid visiting branches and apply for a loan rather easily.

Paisa Bazaar

The Paisa Bazaar mobile application lets you compare different loan plans offered by different banks and NBFCs. Hence, loan seekers can research important factors such as interest rate, loan tenure, and EMI offered by various financial institutes. Also, as the application is user-friendly, it becomes easy for anyone to collect information regarding loan procedures and packages offered by loan providers.