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Mobile banking app use continues to grow (Image: Shutterstock).

Consumers are using banking apps more often than they’re using mobile payment apps, according to new data from fintech software development company Entersekt. The findings could point to an opportunity for credit unions and other financial institutions to win over more mobile users, it noted.

Done in conjunction with The Harris Poll, the online survey of 1,928 U.S. adults who own mobile devices found that 59% used banking apps at least once a week. Only a third said they used mobile payment apps that often.

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