The new apps include a password-only “Remember Me” feature. Mobile remote deposit capture also is included.
When you think of Gen Y’s preferred banking activity, the thought of waiting in the teller line at a branch doesn’t exactly come to mind.
Whether by email, SMS, fax or telephone, credit union members expect – in fact demand prompt, efficient service.
"We can create mobile banking apps for credit unions that truly are better than what the big banks are issuing. That’s our promise,” said Robb Gaynor co-founder and chief product officer at Malauzai, an Austin, Tex.-based developer of mobile tools for community-based financial institutions.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include the credit union difference on RDC fees and an NFC update.
Mobility Matters is by veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics include launches in New York, Texas and some thoughts about RDC.
Mobility Matters is a new, online-only column from veteran tech reporter Robert McGarvey. This week's topics: Fast adoption, tablet apps, malware threats, credit swipes.
Javelin researcher says "many credit unions still do not offer mobile banking apps and that is what users want."
Google, Visa, MasterCard, Sprint, and even Pentagon Federal Credit Union. The list of early proponents of innovative near field communication tap and pay mobile technology keeps growing. But that brings two questions into sharp focus.
New mobile banking apps for iPhones and Androids were downloaded more than 2,500 times in the four weeks after they were launched by the $1.1 billion Meriwest Credit Union in San Jose, Calif.