Hyundai Finance has been pulled from Android devices because the app was not compatible with the Android platform.
The company told Forbes it has been working to make the app work on all Android devices.
The app, which allows users to open financial documents, was released in April 2015.
The feature is only available for users of the Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system, and the app is not compatible on iOS.
Google has said it is investigating the issue.
“We’re working to provide an update soon to bring the app back to Android,” the company wrote in an email to Forbes.
The mobile banking app is available for both Android and iOS, but the latter can be downloaded for free.
Google told Forbes in an earlier email that the company was investigating the matter and is “working with the appropriate parties to ensure that this does not happen again.”
Hyundai Finance had been unavailable on Android for a couple of months, but it resumed the app last week, after an update was released.
The financial app is also compatible with Google Wallet and Apple Pay.
Hyundai Finance is one of the most popular financial apps in the United States, according to a report from App Annie.
Hyundai finance has also made a name for itself in Europe, where it is the only bank in Europe that accepts Bitcoin.
Hyundai also has an office in New York City, with offices in Paris, London and Madrid.