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Up at WWDC 2019

Up at WWDC 2019

WWDC 2019 is done and dusted. Our iOS wizard, Crafter spent a week in sunny California checking it out!

2 min read

Marcus Crafter
The future of banking is looking Up

The Future of Banking is Looking Up

We’re excited to announce that over 100,000 customers have joined Up since we launched just over 8 months ago in October 2018. This places Up in the company of the fastest growing digital banks in the world.

3 min read

Anson Parker
Up Apple Watch App

Up Apple Watch App

A tour of our new Up App for Apple Watch

3 min read

Marcus Crafter
A totally sweet animated sailing ship.

Up 1.4.5 Release Notes

Transaction tagging, contact icons, new card ordering.

1 min read

Up
A totally sweet animated sailing ship.

Up 1.4.4 Release Notes

New statements, new loaders, new emoji and skin tone support.

1 min read

Up
Random fun emojis

Where Do Emoji Come From?

With our most recent release supporting a crop of exciting new emojis, we ask the question: where do emoji come from anyway?

3 min read

Xavier Shay
Random fun emojis

Building Saver Icons

New in our most recent release is the ability to choose a custom emoji icon for your savers. Learn some of the technical challenges surmounted while building it.

2 min read

Xavier Shay
A totally sweet animated sailing ship.

Up 1.4.3 Release Notes

Emoji saver icons, change your mobile number, grouped transactions, and card controls.

1 min read

Up
Introducing the Up product roadmap

The Tree of Up

We're excited to introduce a new kind of product roadmap. We're calling it The Tree of Up – a technology tree-like view of our product plans for 2019.

2 min read

Anson Parker
A report on round ups on Up

The Round Ups Round-up

Having now made over 250,000 round ups we take a nerdy dive into the data we've seen, including the most common cents amounts on purchases and our plans for the future.

3 min read

Anson Parker