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Joe Wainer
Joe WainerUpdated 3 months ago

Manage your finances at your fingertips

Cash App is a banking application developed by Square, Inc. to accompany you in handling your finances instantly through your android device. Every transaction done here is guaranteed to be safe, fast, and free. You will find its service similar to apps like Venmo and PayPal, wherein you are allowed to link a bank account to send or spend money. Aside from that, you can invest your money in stocks, as well as buy and sell bitcoin.

How does Cash App work?

First and foremost, you will need to have an external bank account before you could proceed with using this finance utility. It is vital to do as this is where the fund in your account will come from. This is also required in case you need to withdraw some amount from your Cash App funds. If you own one, you can immediately enroll in the app by simply creating a user account and linking at least one of your bank accounts.

Its interface is highly-designed to be straightforward and intuitive, so users can rapidly grasp how it works regardless of their technical experience. To load money on your account, just go to the 'Banking' tab and input the amount of cash you’d like to send in from your linked bank account. If you would like to send money, on the other hand, you will only have to enter the amount first and tap the 'Pay' button.

Afterward, you will need to type the email address, phone number, or $Cashtag—recipient's username in the app—of the person that will receive the money. You will probably have to write a short description elaborating what you are sending the payment for then, tap the 'Pay' button again to officially transfer the money. In the 'Activity' section, you can view the details of the payment you received while on the 'My Cash' tab you will see the total amount of your deposited funds.

Great e-wallet option              

Cash App is another e-wallet app that can help you efficiently manage your money. This will come in handy especially for international transactions. Just like Venmo and Paypal, it is an adept finance management option that will enable you to send, spend, save, and invest your money in a more convenient, as well as wiser way. 

PROS

  • Send and receive money easily
  • Highly-secured
  • Invest in stocks
  • Buy and sell bitcoins

CONS

  • Withdrawal and spending limitations

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Also available in other platforms

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