Best Buy finance chief executive Jefferies says the company’s new Finance app will be able to offer more than just buying and selling shares.
But he also thinks the company needs to do more to ensure its apps are a good fit for its customers.
“We’ve got to do a better job of making sure that when people use our apps that it feels good and that it makes sense,” he said.
The app, which launched on Friday, is based on the popular Google Finance API.
It allows users to track their money, make decisions and monitor the market.
It can also manage portfolios, manage loans and manage other financial information.
“We’ve seen a tremendous increase in the number of people who have started using this app.
It’s an amazing tool,” said Jefferies.
“And that’s one of the big things we want to see with the app is that it’s easy to use.
People don’t have to learn how to use this app in order to use it.”
The company has also introduced a new feature that allows users who don’t want to log in to the finance app to sign up for an account directly through the website.
It will allow people to buy shares and invest their money into the company, rather than having to do it through a broker.
According to the Financial Times, Best Buy Finance is one of several companies launching new finance apps in India.
In a blog post, Best Buys chief financial officer Paul Wiedenberger said the new app will allow customers to make informed decisions on buying and holding shares.
He said the company also wants to increase the amount of money it can invest in its businesses, which it says it will do through its online store.
On the other hand, the Financial Express app is launching on Friday and offers similar features to its Google Finance counterpart.
It is a service that offers a range of finance apps including, for example, a trading platform and a stock market simulator.
Its founder and chief executive Ajay Dutta told the FT the new Finance and Financial Express apps would give consumers more options and ease of use.
“There will be a lot of choices.
You’ll have access to a whole range of financial products,” he added.
(With inputs from PTI)