U.S. Bank announced the launch of a new
mobile banking application that upgrades mobile banking experience for all
The upgrade offers improved features and
customer experience for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. The new app, available
in app stores, begins a series of upgrades planned for U.S. Bank mobile banking
over the next several months.
“Customers are blending all of their
business into their smartphones, and in many cases, mobile devices are now the
first point of entry for consumers,” said Meheriar Hasan, executive vice
president and head of U.S. Bank’s Internet and mobile channels.
“U.S. Bank is a leader in mobile banking
and with this new app, we have made banking even more convenient for our
customers by delivering service right to the palms of their hands,” Hasan
The new U.S. Bank mobile banking app has
all the features and functionality that customers have come to expect from
their mobile device, including mobile check deposit.
U.S. Bank was one of the first banks in the
nation to introduce mobile check deposit for iPhone when it launched in March
2011, and remains one of only a few banks to offer mobile check deposits today.
The new app enables check deposit on iPhone and Android using the device’s
camera feature. Customers will be able to deposit checks via iPad in January
Another innovative mobile feature that U.S.
Bank now offers is Pay-A-Person, which allows customers to send money to anyone
in the United States simply by using the recipient’s mobile number or email
U.S. Bank has made it easier for customers
to find and download the appropriate app to their smartphones. At,
customers can get the app by having an SMS message with a link sent to their
smartphone, or by scanning the QR code, which will take them to the correct app
store for their phone. Customers can also scan the QR codes on U.S. Bank ATM
screens, or signs at U.S. Bank branches.
U.S. Bank customers will be able to log in
to mobile banking with the same credentials they use for Internet banking,
making it easier to login to mobile banking. Customers can also access other
features, such as ATM and branch locator or customer service, without logging
in to mobile banking. Using the phone’s GPS, U.S. Bank now lists the closest
U.S. Bank branches and ATMs to the customer’s current or chosen location.
By Telecomlead.com Team