Market demands may make 2013 the year of the tablet in mobile banking.
Philadelphia credit union's website detects device and offers interface to match.
Credit unions that adopt tablet-specific apps for their members are catering to a growing market.
New Jersey credit union says 40% of members already using its smartphone offerings.
Mobile banking is the game changer, Apple disses NFC, and more
Just as one format for mobile banking enters the mainstream, another form is beginning its stampede across the financial services landscape.
Member Services Solutions LLC of Franklin, Tenn., said five credit unions are now offering their members its mobile app for Kindle Fire tablets at the Amazon Apps Store.
Tablets are taking over and credit unions need to get on board. That's one takeaway from this week's Mobility Matters column by Robert McGarvey.
Five credit unions are now offering their members a mobile app for their Kindle Fire tablets through CU Mobile Apps at the Amazon Apps Store.
It’s a good time for credit unions to make strategic decisions about how to support these – seemingly similar, but actually very different – devices.