Slide goes live on the App Store!

Slide – Cashfac’s new free-to-download business banking and cash flow app - launches on the App Store with a choice of 5 bank connections

We’re excited to announce that Slide is now available as a free-to-download app for iPhone and iPad on the App Store. Available on both iPad and iPhone, our first release offers a choice of five bank connections: Barclays, First Direct, HSBC, Lloyds or Santander. 

We’re thrilled to finally see Slide’s listing live on the App Store” commented Simon Lyons, Slide’s Chief Commercial Officer. “We can’t wait for feedback on how businesses use Slide and more importantly, what improvements it makes to how they manage their income and expenditure. So many small businesses and early-stage start-ups still struggle and ultimately fail due to avoidable cash flow problems. We truly believe Slide can help change that”.

Download Slide

If your business uses one of these five connected banks, try Slide for free by downloading on the App Store using your iPad or iPhone. If your bank isn’t ready yet, check its status and pre-register your interest on our website. Fill the short pre-registration form and we’ll let you know when your bank’s connection is ready!

What if my bank is not yet connected?

We’re constantly adding new bank connections, so if your bank isn’t listed at the moment you can pre-register at Simply let us know your chosen bank and we’ll let you know when your bank’s connection is ready.

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