Credit Karma now has 60 million users. Yes, that zero is supposed to be there. And the company, which gives out free credit scores and generates revenue from selling lending leads, is adding 1 million to 2 million users — which the company calls “members” — per month, a Credit Karma official told anRead More
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It seems like everything’s a little easier in California (especially when it’s below freezing in the eastern United States). New York-based Citigroup Inc. released a major update to its mobile apps — version 6.0 — last week, and a major new feature is the ability to check account balances without loggingRead More
It’s no secret mobile wallets are struggling to find traction. When Barclaycard tapped Paydiant to help develop its mobile payments solutions eighteen months ago, the two companies decided to start small. The start-small approach might be the way to go for new mobile payments solutions in the future. The testRead More
PayPal has regained the top spot from upstart Lemon Wallet as the most downloaded financial services app last week. Lemon had grabbed the No. 1 spot after it pushed out a new update that adjusted the app for the newly introduced Apple iOS 6. Here’s this week’s Top 20 FinanceRead More
The release of Apple’s new iOS6 for the iPhone propelled the Lemon Wallet app to No. 1 among financial services app downloads this week. According to data analyzed by Bank Innovation, Lemon was the most downloaded financial services app this week compared to other financial services apps. Here’s this week’sRead More
CEO Barclaycard Consumer Europe David Chan, highlights how banks need to act more like technology companies than financial institutions to provide the right experience for consumers in mobile payments.
Can a banking brand be cool? That was the question asked in a blog by Betterment, a financial services startup. A tech reporter once said to me that a financial services startup wasn’t sexy. I mused over it for a while. It’s not a completely unfair point. Well, it’s an unfair point.Read More