Bendigo Bank’s origins go back 160 years, when it began as Bendigo Bank in Victoria and Adelaide Bank in South Australia. It’s since grown to 1.6 million customers, but despite its size Bendigo Bank has managed to retain its community-minded spirit. Its multiple wins in the Mozo People’s Choice Awards attest to that. If you’re interested in the products the bank has to offer, be sure to check out our Bendigo Bank bank account page.
The Bendigo Bank app allows users to do everything you’d expect from a banking app, including view bank accounts, transfer funds, pay bills and send money to other people. But customers also treated to a number of other extras which make managing your finances easy, such as accessing information to help with taxes, and viewing your accounts in neat little graphs. It’s these features that made it an easy pick as a back-to-back winner of an Excellent Banking App Award in the 2019 and 2020 Mozo Experts Choice Awards.
Image: Bendigo Bank mobile app for Android
The Bendigo Bank app scores very well on design and functionality, but one feature which really sets it apart from other banking apps is the ability to personalise how you view your accounts. Bendigo allows you to view your balance history in graph form, giving you a pretty clear look at the ups and downs of your finances. And if you’ve got a credit card, you can opt to display credit spent and credit available as a dial chart to give you that full financial picture. Sometimes it takes visualisations like these to help people get in right mindset to save, so this earns extra points from us.
Beyond that, the app is pretty feature-heavy. In fact, there’s very little it doesn’t do:
There’s not much to complain about with this one, but if we could change one thing, it would be the inability to open up an account with Bendigo Bank from within the app. For that you’ll need to head to their website or stretch your legs by visiting a branch.
If you’re wondering how the Bendigo Bank app compares to other banking apps, check out our reviews of the Beyond Bank and Bank Australia apps. Otherwise keep up to date with the latest banking technology news, guides and reviews over on the Mozo fintech hub.