The official application of the e-payment website, this app lets you keep a track of all your spending online through the service
by on April 20, 2010
We’re sure there are hundreds of you out there that like to think that viruses and hackers and phishers don’t have easy access to our bank details – but they can get them very easily.
That’s why PayPal is so popular – you can simply send the cash you need to another person safe in the knowledge that you’re not going to be defrauded.
And the BlackBerry App is much the same – simply enter the phone number or email linked to another person’s account and send them money instantly.
It also shows you a detailed breakdown of your transaction history, which is always handy to check on what’s happened with your cash.
However, while the app is free, it’s essentially the same thing offered by pointing your browser to the PayPal site, and there’s no function to send funds directly to your bank account.
Useful if you’re a constant PayPal user and like to spread the cash around the web, but for more advanced functionality we’d have like to see more from this application without the need to up sticks to a PC to carry out the full range of tasks.
Buy this app: Download the Paypal app now
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