HDFC Bank, the Indian private sector bank, has launched a mobile banking application for Google's Android smartphone OS in Hindi language, reports IBNLive. HDFC Bank customers using an Android smartphone can conduct over 30 kinds of banking transactions including balance enquiry, checking transaction history, fund transfer and bill payments among others. Android users can download the app free of charge from Google Play. HDFC bank is among the first ones to launch a mobile app with support for Hindi language. Last year , HDFC had also launched an English-language mobile banking app, which according to the Bank, attracted over 12 lakh users. With the launch of support for Hindi language, the company hopes that the user base will touch 16 lakh. Apart from mobile banking solution for smartphones, HDFC also offers SMS based and browser based banking solutions. HDFC also provides mobile banking solutions in English language for Smartphones based on Nokia's Symbian OS, Android, Apple's iOS, and BlackBerry. Our Take (by Anupam) We tried using the app on a Galaxy Nexus, and were able to access mobile banking options for our Bank account and Credit card , in addition to bill payments. The app offers controls for navigating through the bank account, fund transfer, credit card, bill payments, demat and debit card. The native Android menu button also does not serve any purpose. While the Android back button can be used for going backwards within the app, the app also offers an additional back button and log-out button. The app does not save login details and users…
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