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Phablets to Become Dominant Mobile Banking Device by 2020, C&G Says

Phablets to Become Dominant Mobile Banking Device by 2020, C&G Says

by January 27, 2015 at 10:01 am 2 comments

Phablets could dominate mobile banking within five years. Tablet use, on the other hand, will decline. That’s according to research released today from the financial consultancy Carlisle & Gallagher. C&G says that Americans are increasingly performing digital banking transactions interchangeably across laptops, tablets, and smartphones, including the growing category ofRead More

VIDEO: BNP Paribas Introduces Its New Hello Bank With a ‘Surprise’ Symphony

by May 17, 2013 at 8:37 am 0 comments

BNP Paribas, the French bank which generated $12.9 billion of revenue last quarter, has launched the first “standalone, digital mobile bank” in Europe — and has done so with a rousing symphony. According to Finextra, a Hello Bank! account can be opened in just four steps from an Android or AppleRead More

Say Hello to Capital One’s iPhone App, v.3.0

Say Hello to Capital One’s iPhone App, v.3.0

by November 9, 2012 at 2:54 pm 0 comments

Bank Innovation tracks financial iPhone apps, and if you’ve been following our related posts, you will have seen that the 20 most-downloaded apps have remained steady. This week, however, Capital One Financial Corp. reached the top spot among most downloaded apps for the first time on the back of its importantRead More

NCR Launches Silver for Small Business

NCR Launches Silver for Small Business

by October 16, 2012 at 2:14 pm 0 comments

NCR introduced Silver, a POS solution for small businesses at BAI Retail Delivery last week. This app-based product with a cloud backend is offered for sale through financial institutions. The merchant installs an app, attaches a small device to an iPhone or iPad, pays a $79 monthly fee to useRead More

Intuit Exploring Launching Tablet, Mobile Account Openings

Intuit Exploring Launching Tablet, Mobile Account Openings

by July 31, 2012 at 12:15 pm 0 comments

Intuit Financial Services is “actively” working on allowing their customers to open accounts through their mobile, including tablet, applications, Bank Innovation has learned.