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.
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U.S. Bank is collaborating with Western Union to let U.S. Bank customers use the Western Union Money Transfer services via the U.S. Bank mobile application.
In a move to drive its mobile payments strategy, U.S. Bank is integrating with the Square digital wallet, enabling users to fund payments made via the mobile application from their bank account.
U.S. Bank is leveraging NFC technology as a way to let consumers pay for everyday purchases with their iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S devices.
U.S. Bank is working on a way to let customers pay their bills by simply snapping a picture of the document using the camera on a smartphone or tablet.
U.S. Bank has partnered with the Salvation Army to help fill volunteer spots for the nonprofit’s Red Kettle fundraising program.
In its latest move to leverage mobile to enable customers to access and manage their finances whenever and wherever they choose, U.S. Bank has released a new mobile banking application designed specifically for iPad users.
U.S. Bank is piloting a new augmented reality app that enables users to easily find and access information about the closest U.S. Bank branch or ATM.
Ace Hardware is letting consumers apply for a branded credit card via the company’s new mobile application.
A common trend in 2011, was the creation of retail mobile applications meant to serve as a utility and to cultivate loyal customers.