Official State Bank of India app for Windows 10 arrives in the Store

John White By: John White
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There’s an app available right now via the Windows Store for those living in India. The app in question is the State Bank of India app, and it brings support for five banks which are part of a group of associate banks.

Here is the list of banks supported by State Bank of India:

  • State Bank of Travencore
  • State Bank of Mysore
  • State Bank of Patiala
  • State Bank of Hydrabad
  • State Bank of Bikanar & Jaipur

The app should allow users to perform fund transfers, pay bills, and the ability to block their debit or credit card. From what we can tell, this is a very capable app, and should be used by any member if they own a device powered by Windows 10 Mobile or Windows Phone 8.x.

Speaking more of features, expect to do the following with this powerful app:

My Accounts

  • Show case overview of 4 account variant (Transaction / Deposit /Loan / PPF)
  • Selection of account number
  • Detailed account information
  • Mini Statement (Last 10 transactions)

Banking

  • Funds Transfer (Own A/c)
  • Intra-Bank (Within Bank) Transfer
  • Inter-Bank (Other Banks) Transfer (NEFT/State Bank Group Transfer)
  • Fixed Deposit • Recurring Deposit
  • ATM Card Blocking • Cheque Book Request
  • Call Us

Bill Payments

  • With Bill
  • Without Bill
  • View Biller
  • Scheduled Bill

Bear in mind that before this app can be used, users must have a Retail Internet Banking. Now, if you do not have one, then just create an account and get down to using the app. Furthermore, an active Internet connection will always be needed.

Interested in the app? It can be downloaded right here from the Windows Store. We also recommend Wells Fargo, a popular bank with its own Windows 10 app.

If you’re not in India but in America, then you might be interested in the Bank of America app.

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