ING Bank app for Windows 8, 10 Rebranded to Tangerine
At the moment, there are two official ING Bank apps in the Windows Store for Windows 8 users – one for Canadian residents and one for those living in Netherlands. Following a rebranding, we now have the third one.
Those of you who are using Windows 8 and living in Canada and also own an ING bank account, have probably downloaded and installed on your touch or desktop Windows 8 and Windows RT devices the official “ING DIRECT Canada” app for Windows 8. However, you have probably heard that there has been a big rebranding going on over at the Canadian subsidiary of ING; and one that concerns the name. The bank has been given a new name in November 2013 – Tangerine; which has become in the spring of this year.
So, as a consequence to this, a new Windows 8 bank app for Canadian ING users has been released and it is called simply “Tangerine”. However, it’s pretty curious that the old banking app is still there, and my opinion is that it would’ve been much easier just to update the previous one and change the name, as most of its features have remained the same, after all. It appears that a similar app will be heading for the Windows Phone store, as well, in the near time.
In today’s fast pace world, we know you’re busy and always on the go. It’s why we make it simple to do all of your banking with us at anytime, anywhere. You can check your account balances, review transactions, transfer funds, email money, locate ABMs, get info for the Tangerine Cafés and even deposit a cheque with Cheque-In.
So, just as before, by using the Tangerine app for Windows 8, you can perform such actions as – checking your Tangerine account balances, reviewing your transactions, moving your money, making Cheque-In deposit. Also, you can have access to directions and hours of operation for the Tangerine Cafés and find ABM locations. Other features include Orange Snapshot and Orange Alerts. Follow the link from below to get the new version of this popular app for Canadian users.
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