Chase Bank is giving its users more control over how their information is used thanks to a new partnership with Intuit, the tech company behind popular financial mobile applications such as Mint.
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Chase Pay, the mobile payment system created by Chase Bank, has found itself another home now that it is being accepted by Atom Tickets as viable payment for movie tickets.
Following confirmation that Android Pay is set to make its mobile Web debut, the mobile payments platform is also adding a partnership with Chase to its repertoire, allowing the bank’s Visa cardholders to use the service when making purchases in applications or in stores.
Chase is making it easier for shoppers to find and finance a vehicle anywhere and at any time by creating a mobile-optimized online hub that allows users to search for available cars and get the tools required to finance.
Chase is boosting the mobile capabilities of its peer-to-peer payment program to gain traction against PayPal and others with new features such as real-time transfers.
While the five largest banks in the United States continue to race forward in mobile banking, including all offering pre-login account balance information, Bank of America has pulled far ahead in product research and cross-selling on mobile, according to a new report from Forrester Research.
Financial institutions need to move soon if they are to secure a role in the quickly growing mobile wallet space now that PayPal and Visa have become the preferred providers among consumers, according to a new report from Javelin Research.
Chase is revamping its site to make it more customized for mobile and tablet visitors, with new features including simplified bill paying, a revamped search tool and a redesigned homepage.
Starbucks has made big changes to its mobile rewards program, adding Chase Pay to checkout and shifting how customers earn points in a bid to maintain its leadership role as competition grows.
Chase plans to install new card-free ATM machines this year, enabling customers to withdraw funds and complete other financial transactions using their smartphones.