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just about all apps today are offered in 2 OS versions - iOS and Android. Is there a way to download a version that works with Win10 ? eg Dee Money was recommended on a blog. I can't find it in the MS shop.

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I don't use them but suspect you just go to the website and sign up/log on like other sites - there should be no need for any app.

 

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13 minutes ago, Crossy said:

 

BlueStacks works well for me, it does need a PC with a bit of grunt for best performance but it's the best price - Free!

 

Or NOX.

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23 minutes ago, lopburi3 said:

I don't use them but suspect you just go to the website and sign up/log on like other sites - there should be no need for any app.

 

You don't use APPS. What do you do on your PC/Mac/Phone?

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1 minute ago, KannikaP said:

You don't use APPS. What do you do on your PC/Mac/Phone?

I do not have a Mac

I do not use phone apps

I log onto website with PC

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1 hour ago, lopburi3 said:

I do not have a Mac

I do not use phone apps

I log onto website with PC

Some dinosaurs (like me) also still use that :biggrin:

It's called "browser" and "link".

Example:

https://www.deemoney.com/

No idea whether the app does something magic that can't be done on the website.

For transferwise I use app or website interchangeable.

Same for three Thai banks and a German bank site.

 

So I have no idea what :crying: and :blink: mean here?

 

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On 2/21/2021 at 5:27 PM, lopburi3 said:

I do not have a Mac

I do not use phone apps

I log onto website with PC

I am with you  on that. I tried the android simulators and threw them out, rubbish.

I only use info apps on the phone, anything that needs an input I use the PC, with fingers like cow's tits too many mistakes on the phone, a bit less on the PC.

Any company worth their salt has a website but unfortunately some are now trying to force the use of a phone.

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This is repetitive I'm sure, but whenever I need to run an android app on my PC I use bluestacks.  That's its whole purpose in life is to run android apps in windows. It appears that not everyone understands that some "Apps" are not made with a PC version and do NOT have a website through which the App can be operated via PC. Big O Live is just one example.

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