Capital One Releases Mobile Banking App For Android


In what could be called a “better late than never” moment, Capital One has released a mobile banking app for Android. Capital One now joins the ranks of the many financial institutions now allowing their customers to check balances, transfer balances, and pay bills, all from the palms of their hands. Capital One customers with devices running Android 1.6-2.3 (no tablet support yet) will also be able to:

  • Find ATMs and branches
  • View Rewards information
  • View recent transactions
  • Contact customer service

The Capital One Mobile Banking app brings a convenience many members have been patiently waiting for and we couldn’t be happier. Next on our wish list: A fully functional NFC payment system. Hit up the Android Market link below to start taking advantage of the Capital One Mobile Banking app and remember, “What’s in your wallet?”

Source: Android Police

Download: Capital One Mobile Banking

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