Putting stock trades and investment decisions in the consumer’s hand, literally, via smartphones, has in a way gamified securities for the mobile app set, making investing engaging and kind of fun.
The Top 5
No change at the very top of the charts this month as Robinhood retains its No. 1 spot, with Chime coming in at No. 2 on the strength of features like automatic savings.
The Stash app climbs up one spot to No. 3, trading places with Albert Save And Spend which took the No. 4 position. Rounding out the Top 5 is mobile banking app Current, reentering the Top 5 at No. 5 this time out.
The Top 10
There’s more movement outside of the Top 5 this month, as apps nearest the five chart toppers appear to be jockeying for position in a serious way.
PYMNTS’ latest Provider Ranking of Personal Finance Apps finds Acorns at No. 6, with FinServ name brand Fidelity Investments moving up one spot to No. 7 on the latest Ranking.
Which brings us to the last three slots on this Top 10, two of which have new occupants.
Mint Personal Finance jumps into the No. 8 position, with the Spendee financial assistant holding at No. 9. Completing this Provider Ranking of Personal Finance Apps is the myWisely app, making its Top 10 debut at No. 10.