Stash loses 23 points in personal financial rankings

Sometimes people are frugal; sometimes they collapse. We see that when we compare this month’s edition of PYMNTS Personal Finance Provider Ranking apps to last month’s.

Last time things were very stable as the Top 10 competitors were in the same order as in the previous month.

In this month’s list, things are very different. The same 10 players are here, but seven of them are in a new position in the rankings. In addition, thanks to a draw, an eleventh contender has entered the Top 10.

Highlights in the latest rankings include a new runner-up, two contenders who have reached four positions since last time and an app that has dropped from second to ninth place.

Now let’s look at the additions and subtractions.

The top five

At the top of the ledger, as it was last month, it says chimes. And just like last month, this app has a score of 99.

However, there is a new number two and he is only two points behind. Robin Hood has moved up one position since last time with a score of 97.

Achieving a place in this month’s ranking is also Albert Save and spend smarter. This app is now in third place with a score of 92.

There is another winner at number 4 like Coin has risen from fifth place with a score of 86.

There is a big change in the next place if Fidelity Investments jumped four levels in the ranking and is now at number 5. This app has earned a score of 84.

The top 10

Following immediately after is another big winner. Emma Budget Manager has also racked up four positions since last time, taking sixth with a score of 78.

Hold the same position as last time myWisely Financial Wellness. This app is again in seventh place, now with a score of 76.

Just one point behind that is acorns. This app has dropped two levels in the ranking with a score of 75.

Next in this tightly packed group of competitors is stash. With a score of 73, which is 23 points lower than last month, this app has dropped from second to ninth place.

Just behind, at number 10, there is a tie between two competitors with a score of 72. Current was here last month while authorize has climbed up in the Top 10. Together they close the Provider Ranking of Personal Finance apps this month. Don’t spend it all in one place!



About: Findings in PYMNTS’s new study, “The Super App Shift: How Consumers Want To Save, Shop And Spend In The Connected Economy,” a partnership with PayPal, analyzed responses from 9,904 consumers in Australia, Germany, the UK and the United Kingdom. US and showed strong demand for a single multifunctional super app instead of using dozens of individual apps.

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