Ally Bank is catering to an increasingly mobile-savvy group of bankers with two new application features that put consumers more in control of managing their own finances.
As mobile banking is gaining traction, traditional banks are struggling to adapt to the new reality where physical in-store interactions are no longer the status quo.
Capital One is making it easier for customers to sign into its mobile banking app replacing passwords with a pattern that users trace with their finger.
NEW YORK — A Citi executive at the Mobile Women to Watch 2014 Summit said that the bank is working to transfer its fragmented applications around the world to a unified global platform.
U.S. Bank is introducing mobile-enabled credit card balance transfers today as the financial institution continues to ramp up a photo banking strategy designed to give it a competitive advantage with a young audience.
NEW YORK – A Citi executive at the Mobile Marketing Association’s SM2 conference said that it is important for banks and marketers to get into the mindset of the consumer when rolling out mobile campaigns.
U.S. Bank is collaborating with Western Union to let U.S. Bank customers use the Western Union Money Transfer services via the U.S. Bank mobile application.
Citi is ramping up its mobile strategy for banks, which are increasingly looking for real-time access to financial information such as payment status.
While traditional banking is not going anywhere anytime soon, mobile is creeping up as a primary choice for banking, with some banks even going branchless in favor of the new medium.
Barclays has added two new mcommerce features to its Barclays Pingit application to let consumers purchase goods from a mobile Web site, app or even an advertisement.