Pageonce Financial application for Windows Phone 7 announced

Another must have application has been announced for Windows Phone 7 today. This time it’s the top selling and highly regarded Pageonce financial monitoring application which is coming to  Windows Phone 7. The application is already available on the iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile 6.X but the WP7 version differentiates itself from all the previous one with it’s new Metro inspired UI as you can see in the video after the break. 

The application will be available for free and features:

  • Account Monitoring:  A quick and simple snapshot of available cash, credit card balances, upcoming bills, and investment values.
  • Transaction Insights: Ability to dive deeper and look into daily financial transactions and spending behavior
  • Bill Tracking:  A comprehensive look at bills, when they are due and how much is owed
  • Spending History: A monthly spending history and trends across all accounts
  • Real-Time Alerts:  Notifications and updates deliver important account events and help users avoid fees, penalties and suspicious activity

Video and press release after the break:

Pageonce Comes to Windows® Phone 7
Top Ranked Pageonce Personal Finance Selected as Launch Partner for Windows Phone 7 Marketplace
PALO ALTO, CA – October 18, 2010 – Pageonce, a top-ranked personal finance service for mobile devices, today announces support for Windows Phone 7. As a Microsoft Windows® Phone 7 launch partner, Pageonce Personal Finance will be showcased in Windows Marketplace, slated to debut in the U.S. on November 8. Preview Pageonce Personal Finance for Windows Phone 7 here.
“Windows Phone 7 is setting a new benchmark for the mobile experience on which Pageonce will deliver people a way to control their daily finances and gain financial peace of mind,” said Guy Goldstein, CEO of Pageonce. “The ‘glance and go’ experience of Windows Phone 7 maps to industry trends that show consumers want 24/7 access to cash and bills and is synonymous with the services we deliver. We incorporated the unique Windows Phone 7 hub and tile interface so each user has a financial hub for cash, bills, credit cards and investments.”
“Pageonce is a recognized leader in delivering top-rated mobile personal finance applications and we couldn’t be more excited to have them as a launch partner for Windows Phone 7,” said Charlie Kindel, general manager mobile developer ecosystem at Microsoft. “Windows Phone 7 characterizes a new direction for Microsoft and its partners, and Pageonce has developed an app that supports this direction in a significant way.”
Pageonce Personal Finance for Windows Phone 7 gives users a simple and immediate read of their financial situation. It’s built upon Pageonce’s robust and proprietary platform that updates information for almost every financial institution and biller in the U.S. in real-time.

source: Pageonce via wpcentral

  • BucksterMcgee

    Hmm, I would have to play with it to see if it’s logical laid out, but from that short clip at the very least there seems to be a consistent quality/style to the UI, so it looks promising.

    I find it funny that one the few complaints about WP7 is that there is going to be a lot of swiping everywhere. And while swiping might be more frequent then the amount of tapping in WP7, it’s usually less than the amount of input required in other platforms which rely on buttons/icons to move you all over the place. The larger thing here is that even if the number of swipes was identical to the number of tap input for other platfroms, swiping is no more difficult than tapping, and is arguably easier as your swipe area is the entire screen vs a small icon/button and group of icon/buttons, and most importantly swiping carrier more contextual information in the from of direction spatial movement, which the metro UI enhances and reinforces with the fluid movement between pivots and screens. Again, this goes back to the analogy of walking down a street or hallway and coming to an intersection, where with metro you get to see the swiping motion as you turn, thus giving context to where you are and how to get back, where almost all other platfroms simply jump you around, leaving that navigation disjointed and without context. This is just one of the many design philosophies that make WP7 and metro so much better than everything else out there, and what will give it a constant advantage until the other platforms copy Microsoft or find an even more intuitive UI design (which I find hard to believe given metro’s fundalmental simple design, it very well may be the basic way our spatial minds work).

    /endrandomcomment