We’re excited to introduce you to the newly redesigned RBC® Wallet app*. In addition to our exciting new look, we have created new features that will help you better understand and manage your expenses. You will now be able to track your spending, manage your RBC debit and credit cards, and easily coordinate group payments. Try the redesigned app safely and securely. Get the latest RBC Wallet app today.
This new financial calendar provides a view of your upcoming recurring bills and income predicted automatically based on your past transaction history.
Track Your Card Spending.
When you log into the RBC Wallet app, you’ll be presented with a dashboard that will help you track your card spending and plan out your month.
Effortlessly Manage Cards.
View transactions from both your RBC debit and credit card(s) and search for specific transactions by keywords or merchants.
Send, Request and Group Money.
With our new group money feature, you can easily coordinate group payments with your friends for expenses or special occasions. Want to pool money for a birthday gift? Enter the total group amount, add who is participating and we’ll do the rest!
Here’s how we keep you safe:
Rest easy knowing that you’re protected from unauthorized transactions** in the RBC Wallet app by the RBC Digital Banking Security Guarantee.
The RBC Wallet app might need to access device services for certain features, like your contacts so you can send money to a friend. For a full list of the features, check out http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/mobile/permissions/wallet-iOS.html
For help removing the RBC Wallet app from your device, there are instructions at http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/mobile/permissions/wallet-iOS.html
You can get more information about RBC digital channel privacy at http://www.rbc.com/privacysecurity/ca/online-privacy.html.
Contact information for RBC Royal Bank® is available at https://www.rbcroyalbank.com/mobile/customer-service.html?tab=mail_tab.
When you select to install the RBC Wallet app, you’re consenting to any future updates or upgrades. Depending on your device, operating system or user-initiated settings, these might be automatically installed. You’re able to withdraw your consent by uninstalling the RBC Wallet app from your device.
* The RBC Wallet app is operated by Royal Bank of Canada.
** For a definition of an unauthorized transaction and for full details regarding the protections and limitations of the RBC Digital Banking Security Guarantee, please see your Electronic Access Agreement for personal banking clients, and the Client Card Agreement and the Master Client Agreement for business clients. This guarantee is given by Royal Bank of Canada in connection with its Online and Mobile Banking services. Cardholders are not liable for losses resulting from circumstances beyond their control provided they have taken reasonable precautions to protect their Client Card and PIN (if applicable) as set out in the Client Card Agreement. Formerly known as the RBC Online Banking Security Guarantee.®/™ Trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada. RBC and Royal Bank are registered trademarks of Royal Bank of Canada
Apple Pay and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
IOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.
‡ All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners(s).
We took care of some bugs to help things run a little more smoothly and improve the app performance on login.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This app is so great. Life changing.
Developer Response ,
We're happy you're happy! Thanks for take the time to rate and review the RBC Wallet. -- Tricia
Ridiculous bloatware backed by incompetent infrastructure
Let’s start with the obvious: Requiring customers to download a proprietary app to be able to use a built-in iOS function is ridiculous. No other bank necessitates this, only RBC prevents you from simply going directly into Apple Pay and adding a card.
Secondly, verification is broken. If you’re not the primary account holder using the primary client card with the primary card number, it just doesn’t work. The app doesn’t even recognize verification attempts for secondary client cards with different numbers than the primary. Trying to circumvent the app with support or through text messages just makes the secondary cards get denied when attempting to pay for purchase with Apple Pay.
Thirdly, using the app directly and letting it try and add a card to Apple Pay itself automatically forces the primary card to get added with no option for secondary cards to even be chosen.
This is what happens when you poorly design your infrastructure to be dependent on client card numbers as identifiers than actual accounts/people.
Developer Response ,
Hi there, thanks for bringing this feedback to our attention. We'd like to look into this further for you and find a solution - please call our advisors at 1-800-769-2555 so they can look into it on the profile side and see where this issue stems from. -- Dustin
Signing into this app is a poor user experience at best. I need to use it because the other two forms of Apple Wallet verification do not work. Specifically, your password fields don’t seem to allow paste functionality over a specific number of characters.
Developer Response ,
Hi there - if you have specific feedback to share about the app, our advisors will be happy to help at 1-800-769-2555 -- Dustin
- Royal Bank of Canada
- 266.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
- © Royal Bank of Canada 2016, 2019
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