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6 Hottest Trends in Banking Page 2

6 Hottest Trends in Banking Page 2

by November 10, 2016 at 12:06 pm 0 comments

2.Mobile Banking Continues to Advance This will probably be a trend until all of the banking Old Guard (from paper checks to EMV chip cards) has gone gentle into that good night–and then it will be replaced by wearables–but mobile continues to make inroads across the world, especially when juxtaposedRead More

We’re A Little Worried About this Android Banking Malware, and Here’s Why

We’re A Little Worried About this Android Banking Malware, and Here’s Why

by November 7, 2016 at 12:19 pm 2 comments

It’s a rough year to be an Android fan: a new banking Trojan has infected over 200,000 Android devices over the last month, by influencing or pushing users to enter their online or banking credentials into a screen overlaid onto the open app. The Android Trojan is targeting a collectionRead More

Top 20 Apps: Credit Karma Claims No. 1 Spot in App Rankings

Top 20 Apps: Credit Karma Claims No. 1 Spot in App Rankings

by March 25, 2016 at 12:07 pm 1 comment

Credit Karma and Chase Mobile are old rivals for the top ranking in iOS and Android for finance apps. But after three weeks, Credit Karma unseated Chase Mobile this week on both the iOS and Android platforms. Packed below the new leader and the newly demoted Chase Mobile are BankRead More

back to reality.

Top 20 Apps: Post-Tax Blues Healed With Checking Financial Health

by March 14, 2016 at 10:35 am 0 comments

Whether you’ve finished your taxes, or are simply not speaking of such things in this late fiscal hour, a single glance at app downloads reveals that mobile users have by and large moved on. Perhasp this speaks to the responsibility of mobile banking users. Regardless, only Google Play users retain any traceRead More

mobile phones lead in banking logins

Alternative Logins on Mobile Still Lag User ID & Password

by March 10, 2016 at 1:31 pm 1 comment

The average internet user has 19 passwords, and one in three of them suck, according to security experts. But it’s not our fault — remembering passwords is hard! An upper-case letter, a number, a special character… and yet we have to enter them again and again, even on tiny mobile screens.Read More

Must Efficiency or Security Remain a Dilemma?

Digital Insight Announces Fingerprint ID for Android

by March 7, 2016 at 5:02 pm 1 comment

Digital Insight, acquired by NCR in 2013, announced today that Android Fingerprint ID would be incorporated into its mobile banking app in May. This feature allows mobile banking users to authenticate with fingerprints on Android devices. JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s largest bank, will likewise introduce fingerprint authentication for Android devices later this month.Read More

This looks intimidating.

Google Tests ‘Hands Free’ Mobile Payments

by March 3, 2016 at 12:35 pm 0 comments

Android may soon have a rival — within Google’s own suite of apps. Android Pay has garnered an average of 1.5 million new registrations each month in the US, with over 2 million locations presently accepting tap and pay. Google is still resolute in expanding its service base to moreRead More

here we go again.

Top 20 Finance Apps: Tax Season & Money Transfers

by March 3, 2016 at 11:11 am 3 comments

With tax season upon our furrowed brows, a cursory view of this list may lead one to think everyone is doing taxes on his phone. The Internal Revenue Service’s own IRS2Go and Intuit, Inc.’s TurboTax apps both joined the ranks of the Top Ten for iOS users, pushing out GEICO Mobile andRead More

Navy Federal Ups the Ante with Ambitious App Update

Navy Federal Ups the Ante with Ambitious App Update

by December 1, 2015 at 12:26 pm 0 comments

Navy Federal Credit Union recently released an updated mobile app that does, well, pretty much everything. Call it the “kitchen sink” update. Released Nov. 18, the updated 5.0 version of the app puts the country’s largest credit union on par — if not slightly ahead of — the largest banks in termsRead More

Top 20 Finance Apps: Google’s Confusing Wallets

Top 20 Finance Apps: Google’s Confusing Wallets

by September 14, 2015 at 12:23 pm 0 comments

Google is making things confusing with its proliferating wallets. Google, now part of an umbrella company called Alphabet, recently repositioned Google Wallet as a pure person-to-person payment app, reserving in-store payments for its yet-to-be-released Android Pay app. The old Google Wallet app will be renamed “Android Pay,” while the P2P optionRead More