Chase Mobile and Credit Karma are locked in a struggle to claim the number one slot among finance apps this week, with Chase Mobile topping the iOS charts and Credit Karma emerging as number one for Google Play. PayPal and Wells Fargo Mobile also vied for spots four and five on the lists,Read More
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Bank of America last Tuesday introduced version 7.0.0 of its iPhone mobile app, and it was noteworthy largely because of one new feature: it gives consumers access to their credit scores. Bank of America is believed to be one of the few financial institutions to offer consumers unfettered access to their creditRead More
Ally Financial is betting that negative reinforcement can have a positive effect on your wallet. The bank launched a new app this week — still in beta — dubbed “Splurge Alert.” The app asks users to identify stores and areas where they tend to overspend, from coffee shops to malls,Read More
Pentagon Federal Credit Union is mapping out its “next big transition” in the mobile banking space: switching its app to a customer “acquisition” channel, from a customer “maintenance” channel, Chris Martin, senior vice president of regional service centers at PenFed, told Auto Finance News, a sister publication of Bank Innovation.
VeriFone Systems Inc., the payments hardware company, is going whole hog into apps. In the second quarter of next year, VeriFone plans to unveil an app marketplace for its products and services. The app marketplace will “[enable] our clients and third-party app developers to create and deploy payment and commerce applications onRead More
Listen to this: Bankjoy, the Y Combinator alum startup, is hotly working on a banking app for Apple Watch that will rely on voice for functionality. Dick Tracy would be thrilled. Michael Duncan, the founder and CEO of Bankjoy, told us yesterday that the Apple Watch app will be doneRead More
Bankers need but one mantra today: “my bank is a technology company, my bank is a technology company.” And exhale. The truth is this concept appears to be incredibly difficult for the vast majority of American banks to fully grasp even today — unlike European banks, for example. Why exactlyRead More
Wells Fargo & Co. has ditched BlackBerry for its mobile banking apps, as well as cut support for some iPhones.
Why can’t banks generate the kind of media buzz of an Apple?
No one likes paying bills, but we all have to do it. Managing bills is a tedious and frustrating task for most — and several new ventures are taking renewed aim at this pain point. Google Now Google Now is a predictive personal assistant that tries to figure out whatRead More