HSBC Mobile Banking app, designed around you, for you.
At HSBC, we understand that your world is changing and so is the way you bank. The new HSBC Mobile Banking app serves your changing needs, with enhanced security and more convenience.
Start using Mobile banking
With the new HSBC Bahrain app, you can:
Simplified log on using PIN and Biometrics1
Log on to the mobile banking app using just a 6 digit PIN or fingerprint or facial maps instead of your username and password.
Transfer money within your own local HSBC accounts
Make money transfers to other local banks
Pay your domestic utility bills2 to a number of local providers through the app
View your account balances, account details and transaction history for all your local and global3 HSBC accounts on one screen
Enjoy peace of mind with HSBC Secure Key, a portable device that provides even more protection to your online banking experience
1Biometrics means the service provided by the Bank that allows you to use your fingerprint(s), facial map(s) stored on your mobile telephone device. Fingerprint authentication is available for iOS 10.1.1 & Apple iPhone 5S or above and on selected Android phones. Face ID is only available for iOS 11 and Apple iPhone X or above.
Activation and Log On
Local/Global View and Account Transactions
Making a Transfer (between own accounts in HSBC)
Making a Transfer (to accounts other than own HSBC accounts)
Manage Security and Devices
Please follow our security tips when using HSBC Bahrain app:
- Do not store your online banking username and password details in your smartphone
- We recommend that you regularly install and update the latest antivirus and anti-spyware software on your smartphone
- You should not share your smartphone with anyone after logging on to HSBC Bahrain app
- Always ensure you log off properly when you’re finished with HSBC Bahrain app
- When using a Wi-Fi connection, use trusted Wi-Fi networks or service providers and enable security protection such as Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), if possible
- We recommend that you do not use smartphones which have been jailbroken or modified against the manufacturer's or network operator's guidelines, as this may have created security loopholes
- You should enable screen lock and password protection on your phone to prevent unauthorized access
- Regularly clear the cache