Chase debuted its new mobile application last week, improved with more streamlined navigation, and an aesthetic makeover that simplifies and customizes the mobile banking experience.
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Diebold Federal Credit Union is piloting what it claims is the world’s first ATM that relies solely on mobile authentication and has no card reader or PIN pad.
Instead of solely focusing on money-management tools, Merrill Edge leverages the mobile photo in a new application designed to spur consumers to immediately start planning for their future.
Using customer feedback and usability testing as a guide, Citi is making easier access to account balance information as well as streamlined transfers and deposits a big focus of its latest app update.
Wells Fargo is testing voice command to see if it will be the next point of growth for mobile banking.
Mobile banking is a driving factor for small business owners, but many banks are not keeping up with the demand, according to a recent report from ath Power.
Approximately one-third of Barclays digital bankers solely access their finances through the company’s mobile application, indicating that there is likely a significant group of mobile-only bankers.
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.