Opposition bank Bunq is adding a new feature that lets you contribute to charities straight from the app. In addition to that, Bunq is also in the procedure of revamping its app. The company is releasing a public beta test to get feedback from its users.

Other fintech start-ups, such as Revolut and Lydia, have actually released donation functions in the past. In those cases, startups have picked a handful of charities. Bunq has chosen a various approach, as you can create your own donation projects in the app. As long your local charity has an IBAN number, you can include it to Bunq’s donation feature. You can even add a local company in case you wish to help them remain in service. You can then welcome other individuals to donate to your charities.

You can likewise track the overall amount of your contributions, along with the total contributions from the entire Bunq user base. The company has actually also been working on

the third significant variation of the app. In order to test it prior to the general public release, Bunq is introducing a public beta program. The very first develop will present in the coming weeks. In order to simplify navigation, Bunq has actually tried to remove clutter by focusing on one main button on each page. The app will be divided in four primary tabs. The first tab, called”Me,” will include all

your individual info– individual checking account, cost savings goals, etc. On the second tab, called”United States, “you can see info about Bunq, such as total financial investments and total contributions. The 3rd tab functions your profile information. Finally, the fourth tab is a dedicated camera button.

It lets you scan receipts and invoices, which could be particularly beneficial for service customers. I’m unsure a lot of people use that feature, however things could still change before the final release. Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.