Amazon.ca has added Google Finance to its list of financial apps for mobile devices, the company announced Tuesday.
The addition of Google Finance is an update to Amazon’s own popular financial apps, which can be used on a mobile device or in the cloud.
The move follows Amazon’s recent acquisition of PayPal and PayPal Labs.
While there are many apps for finance on Amazon, the most popular are the popular finance apps that are available for Android phones, including the popular mobile-based bank TransferWise, which is available on more than 100 different platforms.
“With Google Finance, we are able to provide an even greater range of financial products for the consumer, while still providing the ease and convenience of our existing mobile apps,” Amazon said in a blog post.
“The new Google Finance app provides a complete and comprehensive suite of financial tools to help consumers make better decisions for their finances.
It also simplifies the way they do their financial decisions, helping to simplify the process of navigating the complex financial landscape.”
Google Finance will be available for free to users of Amazon’s Android app on Android devices running on Android 5.1 Lollipop and higher, and for free for users running on any version of Android after 4.4.1 Jelly Bean.
Users will be able to search for a bank and use Google Finance’s search bar to find the relevant financial tool for that bank.
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Google Finance is available for $4.99 a month.