FourFourSeconds ago, FourFour was a popular platform for sharing news and photos with friends and family.
Now, the platform is undergoing a major overhaul that will see it launch its own mobile application and new tools.
Read moreRead moreOne of the big changes will be the new social banking features that will allow users to create accounts with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account.
Users will be able to manage their accounts and get paid for their purchases, and they will also be able view and track their spending habits.
FourFour will also make it easier for users to buy goods and services through its mobile apps, as well as integrate payments and gift cards.
The change has already caused some headaches for the company, with some users complaining the app wasn’t compatible with their phone.
FourThree CEO David Molloy said the change was to give the platform a more modern feel.
“FourFour is a brand that has been built to be connected to the people,” he said.
“That’s where our new approach to social banking is coming from, and it’s a way for us to really put FourFour on the right path to grow and evolve.”
The new social bank features will be available for everyone, with the only restriction being that users need to have a FourFour account to use them.
Users are able to create a new account on FourFour by visiting the site and choosing to create one.
They will be prompted to enter their payment details and PIN and are also asked to fill out a survey.
Once the survey is completed, the app will then ask users to sign in to a FourFive account and enter their account details.
The FourFive service is a new service that allows users to set up a mobile payment and credit card account.
Users can then use the service to pay for goods and service through a range of apps, including foursquare, etsy and a range other online retailers.
FourFive users can also purchase goods and other services through their credit cards through a mobile app.
Molloy explained the new service will be made available for all of the platform’s customers in the next few weeks.
“We will roll out a number of features to the platform that we think are going to be really important for customers to benefit from,” he told FourFour’s website.
“It’s going to make it much easier to get things done and it’ll give the community access to the products they want to use.”
The company has already added a new section to its website that will include a section dedicated to the new services, with more details to come.
“There are a number more features coming to FourFour that will help make it a better place for the community to share news, see photos, share video, create content and interact with others,” the site reads.
“These features will come alongside a few other changes, such as our new payment platform, which will make it more seamless to get the latest deals and products from FourFour.”
Molloys comments come after FourFour CEO David Kowalczyk said in December that the company would launch a new mobile app and tools to help customers manage their credit and debit cards and buy goods from online retailers, such a Amazon.com, eBay, Walmart and Best Buy.
“This is going to happen over the coming months,” he had said.