JAJA TO ROLL OUT MOBILE CREDIT CARD: UK-based startup JaJa Finance announced the upcoming launch of its first mobile-controlled credit card, managed entirely from an app, according to Finextra. This follows the firm raising £7 million ($9 million) in funding. JaJa features include fast onboarding, the ability to tag and search transactions, and the ability to share credit limits with friends and family. And users can link the app to bank accounts for repayment. The ability to control cards remotely is popular desire among consumers — 48% of respondents to a recent Fiserv study wanted their bank to offer the ability to temporarily deactivate cards in case of loss or theft, for example — so the flexibility this card offers could make it a popular option for consumers seeking alternative card offerings.