Finny Kids App
Finny Kids is a specially designed app for children from 7-12 years to learn how to earn, save and spend money. This first mobile banking app allows integration of children’s bank account and so that children familiarize with both physical and digital money. The open banking standard in Europe (PSD2) allows for easy and safe integration of bank accounts in European Union. The current beta apps support more than 2700 banks in Germany and Austria (see list of supported banks). Different Finny colors and app skins allow personalization and delight children during each interaction with their learning companion.
Cash and digital money
Children collect money and count their savings and store it safely with Finny 3D. They learn the coins and bills of the currency with the app and get an overview of their total wealth including money on their bank account. Designed to support children’s learning journey.
Save and spending
Transaction overview reveals pocket money inflows and how it was spent for.
Saving goals and money allocation support their process to achieve own goals and understand the value of their wanted toys – and the value of money.
Share and rise
Saving goals and wishlist can be shared with parents, godparents or grandparents to get money contributions. Saving activities are gamified and children can achieve different levels, badges and share it within the defined family community.
Finny 3D is the friendly companion of your kids that teaches them money with fun – connected to the Finny Kids and Finny Family App.
Our features are designed with parents, children and pedagogues to support learning progress and boost the motivation of children.
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