Reportedly one of the most interactive apps on the market, the new features ooze customization to give institutional clients content when and how they want it.
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Tangerine claims to be the first Canadian bank to run contextual pre-roll ads on YouTube for a campaign that centers around mobile banking, showing the growing opportunities for banks to leverage media in acquiring new customers.
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.
Banks and financial institutions looking to lure in millennials need to go beyond the basic requirements of mobile banking to also include personalized rewards and financial help, according to a new study from BancVue.
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.
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.
Canada’s National Bank is the country’s leader in mobile banking services because of its strong performance in all criteria categories, including a top-ranking Web app for both design and transactions, according to a new report from Surviscor.
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.
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.
Chase is once again the top overall scorer in a new report benchmarking consumer mobile banking offers, according to Keynote.