Lloyds has introduced a new feature that will allow online banking customers to track where and when they spent their money - with the help of Google Maps.
In the first move of it's kind, the banking group's customers, including those with Lloyds, Halifax and Bank of Scotland, will be able to see the precise location they made payments, along with the details of their debit card transactions.
Lloyds is introducing this feature, amongst others, in the hope that it will bring customers peace of mind and help them manage their money - as well as protecting their accounts against fraud.
The service is currently being rolled out for Android customers with it due to be available for iOS customers early on next year.
Paul Davis, retail fraud director at Lloyds Banking Group, said: 'Helping keep our customers' money safe is our priority, and our new Google Maps feature is another way that we can work together to help protect our customers from fraudsters.
'We already look at a number of measures behind the scenes to spot changes in customers' online banking behaviour or unusual activity.
'Card not present is still the most common type of fraud, and by customers to see exactly where they have made card payments with this new feature will help spot suspicious activity as well as cut down on inconvenience of blocking card transactions.'
A number of other tools are due to be available in the coming weeks - all designed to help customers monitor how much they are spending and saving.
One of the new features, that is due to be released in early 2019, will enable users to see a timeline of scheduled payments for their regular bills, including monthly direct debits and standing orders.
This data will be combined with a user's payday information, letting them see how much they will have left to spend at the end of each month, helping customers budget their earnings.
The move comes as Britain's traditional big banks aim to step up their apps in response to the wave of new challengers, including Monzo and Starling, which offer smart new digital services.
Another of the new features is the addition of card controls that are designed to give customers more control over their debit card transactions.
Customers will be able to quickly and securely restrict card usage, for example, if a card has temporarily been misplaced, or in order to avoid using a card in a certain way.
Not only can users stop their cards from being used online, which will block internet, in-app, telephone and mail order purchases, they can also freeze them from being used at tills and terminals.
This will stop unwanted transactions where the card is present at the place of purchase.
The card controls also have a feature that will let users stop any payments abroad and will let them prevent any transactions at ATMs, shops and restaurants outside of the UK.
Barclays already currently offer a 'temporary freeze' service on their mobile banking app that lets customers prevent card machine withdrawals, online and in-store payments as well as Apple Pay if they have misplaced their card.