Brokerage firm TD Ameritrade is following up on the 124 percent uptick in trading on mobile devices by offering users of its Mobile Trader application the ability to connect to a service representative and text for help without leaving the app.
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International bank ING is bringing the banking world into the future with voice-activated payments for users of its application to increase customer convenience and stay on top of cutting-edge technology.
Chase is continuing its digital transformation by rolling out a redesigned homepage for its site to optimize the experience across tablet devices and desktops while bringing timely stories and advice to consumers’ attention.
U.S. Bank is piloting a geolocation-based mobile application to bring community members relevant information and resources, such as local events, promotions, noteworthy news and financial education advice.
American Express is relaunching its mobile applications for Android and iOS platforms to include new features such as streamlined Touch ID login, rewards information, nearby offers and on-the-go fraud alert verification.
Citi’s brand-new iPhone application takes a significant step forward in further streamlining mobile banking with the integration of Touch ID and Apple Watch.
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Wells Fargo & Co. has added a Spanish-language option to its mobile banking application, building on the financial institution’s introduction of Spanish Text Banking last year, as it seeks to address this demographic’s close relationship with their smartphones.
Marketers have been missing a potentially lucrative and viable opportunity to target the emerging demographic of consumers using mobile devices for financial services and payments, suggesting that these users must be understood more fully so that banks and financial institutions can garner more clients, according to a report from Phoenix Marketing International.
BMO Harris Bank is taking mobile banking to the next level by enabling consumers to withdraw money from an automatic teller machine using their smartphone.