A web browser app for the finance sector is a mobile web browser that users can access on their mobile devices. Web browsers are very popular with businesses, because they provide convenient access to key company websites and portals at any time of day or night. For example, an accountant might use a web browser app to check her email during off-hours when she isn't near her computer.
Web browser apps are frequently used by users who are engaged in other financial transactions, such as trading stocks or cryptocurrency on a trading app, or managing their money with a banking app. Many users on web browser apps are likely to perform online transactions within finance-related applications. Popular web browsers include Safari, Firefox, and Chrome.
A marketplace for NFTs with a wallet and MetaMask shell that allows users to view inventory and make transactions in ETH and USD.
A web browser app can grow rapidly by focusing on one specific vertical. Web browsers that are used in the finance industry are different from the ones that are used outside of this sector, because they must be highly secure and provide an intuitive UI for financial data. To show value to users, a finance-specific web browser app may need to allow new users to preconfigure their settings based on the user's role within the finance industry, or it might let new users import data from their existing accounts.