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Westpac Keyboard for Android

Banking has come to your keyboard – instantly pay friends and share your details with one click.

Pay Anyone

Make a payment to an existing payee in just one click. Pay an existing payee direct from your keyboard

Generate Cardless Cash Code

Create and share a Cardless Cash code to use at any Westpac Group ATM.

Share your BSB and Account details

Never forget to Share BSB and account details again, now at your fingertips

Get started

Make sure you have version 8.6 of the Westpac Android Mobile Banking App.

Step 1:

Tap the shelf menu in the top left of the screen and select Westpac Keyboard 

Step 2:

Tap Turn on keyboard to review and accept the permissions of Westpac Keyboard

Step 3:

Tap choose keyboard to set Westpac keyboard as the default keyboard

Step 4:

Tap Sign in and choose account

Step 5:

Sign in using fingerprint, passcode or password

Step 6:

Nominate a default account from the list of eligible accounts and tap Next

How to make a

  1. Tap Cardless Cash
  2. Sign in to Mobile Banking
  3. Select the amount that the recipient of the cash code can withdraw from any Westpac ATM (max $500) tap Next
  4. You will see the Cash code which can be shared or used in any Westpac Group ATM within 3 hours
  5. Share the code via SMS by tapping Send
  6. Learn more about Cardless Cash
  1. Choose Send BSB & Acc
  2. This is the default account which has been set up.
  3. The account details will appear within the messaging app. There is an option to edit before sending
Things you should know

Westpac Keyboard requires the Westpac Live Mobile Banking app V8.6 or later. Read the Online Banking terms and conditions at and consider whether the product is right for you. Internet connection is needed to access the Westpac Live Mobile Banking app. Normal mobile data charges apply. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. © 2018 Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714.