Simple is a new take on banking. One that is aimed at those looking to replace their bank. And for those who have been turned off by Simple in the past because it was available only for those rocking an iOS device, you may be happy to learn that Android support is coming.

The folks at Simple recently took to Facebook and shared the news (along with a few screenshots). Simply put, Simple is coming to Android. We have yet to learn a specific release date, however the Android app is said to be coming “early in the new year.”

Aside from not having a firm release date, the other details are just starting to come available. The folks at Simple did mention a little in terms of device support though. The app is expected to drop with support for Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) or later. Of course, we suspect those familiar with Simple and using Android will be happy with the few details that have been released.

Otherwise, for those not yet familiar with Simple we have this, they are described as not being a bank, but instead a solution for you to replace your bank. With Simple you get an account where you can deposit your money, a Simple Visa Card that you can use anywhere Visa is accepted and at ATM machines and the app which allows you to manage it all. The one catch, Simple is still in a closed beta stage and only available with an invitation.

[via Facebook]