Mobile & Tablets Archive
The banking industry is on the cusp of a revolutionary new payments system that is fully digital and built on a smartphone backbone.
Customers will sign up for additional banking products and services from the financial institutions with the best digital banking experiences
BB&T, a regional bank in the U.S., is promoting leadership skills in an unusual Gothic-themed app for iPads and iPhones.
The ultimate mobile banking experience is about anticipating the customer’s next need and proactively offering smart assistance.
Security fears remain the primary concern preventing more smartphone users from adopting mobile payments.
How will financial marketers promote banking products when the shopping experience starts and stops purely in the mobile channel?
In less than 60 seconds, people can open a new bank account simply using the camera on their iPhone or iPad.
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Westpac will invest $50,000 to develop two concept apps submitted from the public. The bank plans to shake things up with a "game changing" pipeline of new mobile tools.
Facts and marketing strategies to help banks and credit unions send their mobile banking adoption rates through the roof.
A new tablet tool untethers sales staff from their desks so they can open accounts anywhere -- inside a branch or out.
A lack of banking apps optimized for tablets leaves consumers to resort to a cruder mobile web experience.
Banks are rolling out iPad banking functionality incorporating many aspects of the branch experience that were previously unavailable in the mobile channel.
Two UK banks have launched ‘Mobile Chat,’ a service that offers real-time customer service to business banking app users.
A study sheds light on consumer's appetite for new bill payment technologies, and forecasts a decrease in traditional pay-by-mail activity in the coming year.
Pressure mounts for financial institutions to provide mobile banking solutions like remote deposit capture and mobile photo bill pay. The ubiquitous smartphone camera makes it all possible.
Mobile banking apps fall short of consumer expectations, with nearly half admitting they've thought about deleting the app they downloaded from their bank or credit union.