First National Bank has added touch ID to its mobile banking application in an attempt to alleviate growing consumer concern about security and information leakage from mobile banking apps.
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Popular messaging application Viber is getting a much-needed commerce twist with the integration of an automated banking system, further signaling the blurring between messaging platforms and other mobile functions.
Mobile has disrupted many industries, providing new ways of interaction and a seamless transition between online and offline, but perhaps no area needs mobile to connect its various parts as much as banking.
While more than 90 percent of millennials use mobile banking more than any other mobile service, including shopping, three quarters are not satisfied with their overall experience, according to a new a report.
Mobile banking users are set to reach 2 billion by 2020, according to a new report from Juniper Research, suggesting that banks are placing as much effort on digital marketing and tools as traditional brands.
Mastercard’s digital payment service Masterpass is expanding its global coverage and highlighting its many features designed to give users comprehensive financial control in their smartphones.
Walmart is teaming up with money transfer service MoneyGram to launch an upgraded version of the platform on walmart.moneygram.com, bringing new mobile money management tools to the retailer’s customers.
Mobile is now the most heavily used banking channel, with the average user accessing mobile banking 8.4 times within a 30-day period, according to a new report from Fiserv.
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Following a successful trial of voice security technology, Barclays is now rolling it out to all customers, enabling them to avoid passwords for added convenience.