Pageonce is the Biggest Climber Among iPhone Apps

  • Philip Ryan
  • November 9, 2012
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Pageonce is the biggest climber in the Top 20 Most Downloaded iPhone Apps this week. The perennially popular PFM app was updated yesterday — as was this week’s No. 1 most downloaded app, Capital One Mobile.

Pageonce’s new app includes support for the iPhone 5 as well as the recently launched iPad Mini. The most recent review in the App Store raves, “Pageonce keeps getting better!”

Here are the Top 20 Finance Apps for the iPhone this week. Numbers in parentheses indicate movement over the most recent rankings. Asterisks indicate apps that were not in the Top 20 as of the last counting:

1. Capital One Mobile (+5)
2. Chase Mobile (+1)
3. Bank of America (-1)
4. PayPal (-3)
5. Wells Fargo Mobile (-1)
6. American Express (+4)
7. Pageonce (*)
8. (-1)
9. Yahoo! Finance (+6)
10. USAA Mobile (+3)
11. Citi Mobile (0)
12. Credit Karma (*)
13. Discover Mobile (-1)
14. US Bank (+2)
15. Fidelity Investments (+2)
16. Bluebird by American Express(-2)
17. First Citizens Mobile Banking (*)
18. State Farm (*)
19. PNC Mobile (+1)
20. Barclaycard (-1)

Other big gains in the rankings this week were made by Yahoo! Finance, American Express, and USAA Mobile. PayPal and Bluebird may have been grabbing headlines, but they both lost ground in the rankings this week, dropping three spots and two spots, respectively.

Pageonce was founded in 2007 and recently celebrated 4 years on iOS. The app, offered free of charge, helps customers track spending and watch balances on their bank accounts and credit cards. The PFM space has grown considerably more crowded since Pageonce debuted, but its high ranking among the most downloaded financial iPhone apps speaks eloquently of its continuing popularity. Three weeks ago it was #19 in the rankings.

Greatest Jump in Ranking: Pageonce

Largest Decline in Ranking: Paypal


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Philip Ryan is Senior Editor of Bank Innovation and Senior Director of INV Fintech. He began covering financial services in 2012 and has more than 15 years' experience in online journalism. He can be reached at

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