Cool App Contender: Bank Fadaile

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Bank Fadaile is an Android app dedicated to using the power of mobility in bypassing the use of traditional browser search methods and connecting the mobile phone holder directly with different websites via API integration. It was submitted to the Embarcadero Cool Apps Contest as a contender.

The Bank Fadaile mobile app is under development by Fadaile Abalrhman using Embarcadero’s C++ Builder development tool as a means to help his fellow university students to access electronic payment services and various other informational sites such as social media and productivity tools. Additional tools of the RAD Studio IDE such as Enterprise Mobility Services (EMS), REST Client Library, Paralleling Programming Library, and Livebindings are used to complete the functionality of the app. 

In some parts of the world (e.g. South and Far East Asia), mobile and smartphone ownership far outpace computer, laptop, or notebook ownership. Internet services in these locations can be expensive or non-existent, and the computer hardware is a much higher cost than a mobile phone. Mobile Android services are available to all homes at this location. The motivation for developing the app is to relieve the burden of cost for the poor and less fortunate university student.

All you need to get started with the Bank Fadaile is a one-time secret password that is obtainable from Fadaile Abalrhman directly via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



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