Revolut debuts web app in shift away from mobile-only

Tyrone Stewart

Revolut has decided its time to move away from being mobile-only and provide its over 13m customers with a way to access their accounts via the web.

The challenger bank’s customers in the European Economic Area (EEA), Australia, Canada, Singapore, Switzerland, Japan, and the US can now access their accounts from a desktop or laptop through the company’s online web app.

The web app is protected by two-factor authentication and provides users with an overview of their Revolut account, transaction history, and cards. Customers can also freeze and unfreeze their cards; block and unblock their PIN; toggle all other card security settings on or off; and top up their accounts by bank transfer, debit card, credit card, and Apple Pay.

“Account access through a browser is highly requested by our customers, so we’re delighted to have built a safe and convenient web app that everyone can use when they need it,” said Nik Storonsky, CEO and Founder of Revolut. “Our customers can now access their money anywhere and at any time, even if they don’t have their phone or card, or if they simply prefer checking their account from a computer. It’s great to have the extra convenience and flexibility of an online option.”