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Express Logon for iPad

The iPad app is a convenient way to bank online using your tablet. It's specially designed to give you fast access to Internet Banking with a simple, secure 3-digit logon.

  • Express Logon - after registering, log on with a 3-digit combination from your memorable information
  • Manage security - Set how long the app waits before it logs off, so you can flip between apps if you need to
  • Bank where you want - with the iPad app, your bank is always at your fingertips wherever you go.

Download the app

Available on the App Store

Please note: Our Mobile Banking app is supported by devices running a recent iOS version. *The app is not compatible with some older versions of the operating system – check the App Store for more details.

If your tablet has been subjected to unauthorised modifications (e.g. jailbroken or rooted) the app will not be compatible with your device.


More you can do

The iPad app makes it easy to do many other useful things when you're at home, on holiday or travelling around. You can:

  • Tell us when you’re travelling abroad so we know to expect foreign payments on your cards.
  • Replace lost or stolen cards or order a replacement PIN in an emergency.
  • Find Lloyds Bank branches, Cashpoint® and LINK ATMs around the UK.


What you’ll need to start

  • iPad running a recent iOS version*
  • Wi-Fi or 3G/4G data on your iPad
  • Apple App Store account
  • Internet Banking User ID and password
  • Up-to-date phone number registered with us
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You're safe with us

The app has the latest built-in technology to keep you and your device secure. See how else the app keeps you safe.

More about our app security

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How to register

Once you’ve downloaded and opened the app it’s easy to register. We’ll tell you everything you need to know.

Register your device

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If you still have some questions about our apps, security or anything else take a look at our FAQs.

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