Presented by\nIf there’s one thing that most of us can always use a little extra help with, it’s managing our finances more efficiently. Part of juggling life and all the responsibilities that come with it is to keep a steady eye on your bank balance, preferably from the comfort and convenience of your smartphone. RBC knows that your banking app is one of the most vital apps to have - quite like a safety blanket - which is why they’ve added new features to make your time spent mobile banking all that much simpler and more streamlined!\nRBC has rolled out three brand-new features to their app (the first of their kind in Canada!) to better service you and elevate your banking experience, no matter where you are.\nView this post on Instagram “#PinkDay is a day where we stand up against bullying and discrimination. More importantly, we stand up for kindness, respect, and belonging. I #SpeakUpForInclusion by creating safe spaces to have tough, uncomfortable conversations where everyone can learn and grow.” – Eric R., RBC (second from left). Read what this year’s RBC Career Launch Program graduates had to say about #PinkDay below. . “Speaking up for inclusion and standing up against bullying -in schools, the workplace or in the community- is an important conversation that should be had all year long, but #PinkDay emphasizes the need to create supportive, inclusive spaces for all and reminds us to speak up for others.” – Rebecca E., RBC (first from right). . “#PinkDay to me means that everyone gets to be themselves, whatever that entails. I #SpeakUpForInclusion by having conversations about women’s rights and racial inequality regularly with my peers and by volunteering for organizations like @Ascend that aim to start dialogues about inclusion.” – Cavita M., (second from right). . “To me, #PinkDay is about showing kids on all margins of society, that we see them, they matter and that they’ll be okay just like we were.” – Farah M., (first from left). . “Diversity and inclusion is at the heart of all things RBC and #PinkDay means just that – working together to take a stand and inspire social change. Through challenging the status quo and engaging in tough conversations, we can hopefully start to build a foundation for an inclusive platform.” – Brenda D., (center). . How do you #SpeakUpForInclusion? At RBC we embrace diversity for innovation & growth. RBCers believe in the power of inclusion and we’re committed to making a difference in the communities we serve. A post shared by RBC (@rbc) on Apr 10, 2019 at 6:05am PDT\nSo, why exactly do you need the RBC mobile app? Here’s what you can do with it to, y’know, simplify your financial life.\nMobile Bill Pay\nPaying your bills has never been easier with RBC’s new mobile app Mobile Bill Pay feature. All you have to do is take a photo of a bill or upload an e-bill that you need to pay, and RBC’s innovative AI algorithm creates a new payee for you, allowing you to successfully complete payments. In short, this eliminates the headache of having to manually add new payees every time a new bill finds its way into your life. You can officially kiss scrolling through that endless list of payee organizations goodbye. Hallelujah!\nNOMI Budgets\nOh, budgeting. No more need to stress. RBC is here to make your entire budgeting process a whole lot smoother with the introduction of their #NOMIbudgets. This new budgeting feature compiles your personal financial data and blends it with RBC’s AI to produce tailored budget plans to help keep you on track. Let’s just say that this budgeting tool is a tad more sophisticated than the hack job of a spreadsheet you’ve had to manually update in the past, not to mention the hours you’ve previously spent trying to figure out Excel formulas.\nRoyal Bank of Canada\nYou’ll be set up with a custom budget that reflects your lifestyle, providing personalized insight into five main spending areas: Entertainment, Shopping, Cash Withdrawals, Transportation, and Dining. To make things even easier, you’ll receive updates when you’re hitting the higher end of your budget, giving you a warning when you’ve hit 50%, 75%, or 100% of your allotted spending amount.\nBut that’s not all this feature provides. With NOMI Insights, you’ll get daily personalized financial insights, along with tips to help manage your finances on the day-to-day. NOMI’s Find & Save tool analyzes your spending behavior to save money that you likely won’t spend and deposits it into your savings. It literally does all the work for you, what could be better than that?\nDebit Card Lock\nHow many times have you had a mini heart attack when you’ve misplaced your debit card, your mind racing picturing some stranger going around tapping your card to every card reader in town? RBC’s Debit Card Lock eliminates that possibility. If your debit card has been stolen, or you’ve lost or misplaced it, just log into the RBC Mobile app to activate the Debit Card Lock feature. This prevents anyone from using your card while allowing pre-authorized transactions and mobile wallet transactions to still run according to plan. You can then unlock your card in the event that you're reunited with it. (P.S. You can even lock your credit cards!).\nIf you’re an RBC client, you need to download their mobile app ASAP. It just might change the way you do banking for the better! The RBC Mobile app is available for free download from the App Store on iPhone and iPad or at www.AppStore.com, and from the Google Play Store for Android.\nView this post on Instagram Share your smiles. #SomedayMoment . . RBC's Student Savings Account has no monthly fee, so it can keep more money in your pockets and the smiles on your faces. A post shared by RBC (@rbc) on Jul 24, 2019 at 9:00am PDT\nFor more information about the RBC Mobile app, visit their official website, and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for more updates.