Post Tagged with: "Mobile Apps"

Amazon, Diebold Offer Up a Peek at the Digital Future of Checkout

Amazon, Diebold Offer Up a Peek at the Digital Future of Checkout

by January 11, 2017 at 1:35 pm 1 comment

Shopping is set to change in the digital age, and it goes way beyond waiting 46 seconds for your EMV transaction to go through. Amazon has new stores without checkout counters or lines. And Diebold Nixdorf has a whole set of new toys it will introduce at the National RetailRead More

Trigger Creates Alert for Trump Tweets About Portfolio Companies

Trigger Creates Alert for Trump Tweets About Portfolio Companies

by January 9, 2017 at 1:45 pm 1 comment

When President-elect Donald Trump tweets about a company or brand, the stock tends to immediately react, which tends to make company investors… twitchy. This is why Trigger Finance, the company behind stock market alert app Trigger, created Trump Triggers—a new feature within its app that notifies its users when theRead More

Amazon Builds on Mobile Momentum with ‘Digital Day’

Amazon Builds on Mobile Momentum with ‘Digital Day’

by December 30, 2016 at 11:40 am 1 comment

E-commerce giant Amazon has just announced ‘Digital Day’— exactly like the company’s famed Prime Day, which achieved its best numbers this year, except for entirely digital products like e-books, music, and mobile games. The company’s Amazon Echo smart device for the home remains out of stock for the time being.Read More

3 Startups to Watch: PeerStreet, Clarity Money, UTU

3 Startups to Watch: PeerStreet, Clarity Money, UTU

by November 16, 2016 at 12:58 pm 0 comments

One of the best things about the fintech world is the variety—it’s like a sushi bar for financial services; which is why learning about new startups is so much fun. With that in mind, here are three startups you should keep your eye on this week: PeerStreet You’re probably usedRead More

Neobanks Should Take on Incumbents, Not Each Other

Neobanks Should Take on Incumbents, Not Each Other

by October 17, 2016 at 1:21 pm 2 comments

If you’re in charge of a mobile bank, you’d think your top competition would be — well, other mobile banks, but evidently that isn’t the case, at last for one neobank. “Our competitors are the incumbents, the Bank of Americas and Chases of the world, which have banking products thatRead More

Wells Fargo Mobile App Still In Google Play’s Top 10, Despite $185M Fine

Wells Fargo Mobile App Still In Google Play’s Top 10, Despite $185M Fine

by September 14, 2016 at 10:18 am 0 comments

It shouldn’t be a surprise to see Credit Karma’s mobile app in this week’s top slot for finance apps on Google Play—finance-wise, that seems like the app to beat—but what is a little surprising is the continued reign of Venmo on the iOS side. PayPal’s P2P service app is on aRead More

Venmo Beats the Banks To Win Top Spot Among iOS Finance Apps

Venmo Beats the Banks To Win Top Spot Among iOS Finance Apps

by September 1, 2016 at 11:11 am 2 comments

No matter what time of year or how the economy is, mobile app users are concerned with their credit. How else to explain the continuing reign of Credit Karma atop the finance mobile app heap? But the real surprise may be that PayPal’s P2P app Venmo is top dog amongRead More

Top 20 Finance Apps: Chase Mobile vs. Credit Karma

Top 20 Finance Apps: Chase Mobile vs. Credit Karma

by August 4, 2016 at 12:47 pm 3 comments

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

Bank of America Doubles Down on Credit Scores

Bank of America Doubles Down on Credit Scores

by July 28, 2016 at 11:21 am 1 comment

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 to Alert You of Potential ‘Splurges’

Ally to Alert You of Potential ‘Splurges’

by April 22, 2016 at 11:33 am 0 comments

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