Chase gets a much needed UI update

Chase gets a much needed UI update

Chase Mobile is the mobile app that can be used to monitor and manage your Chase bank account. For a good while, Chase Mobile has used the same old UI that was just plain ugly. It might have passed as modern about 2 years ago, but in the current age, it was obvious to everyone that it needed an update.

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“The UI could use a tweak or 20…”

This quote from one of the Play Store ratings describes how just about every person who uses Chase Mobile felt about the app. It was clunky and painful to use. Everything functioned flawlessly, but the UI was so bad that I almost cried every time I switched from my carefully crafted homescreen over to the terror that was Chase Mobile.

Well good news everyone! Under the cover of the IFA excitement and the Motorola event, JPMorgan Chase has updated the Chase Mobile app with a refreshed UI that is a lot nicer on the eyes. The update includes:

  • New user interface with enhanced navigation and updated menu design
  • Enhancements to improve Chase QuickDepositSM photo capture experience
  • External Transfers: Transfer funds between your Chase account and your accounts at other U.S. financial institutions

Version 3.18 of the Chase Mobile app is a much needed update bringing the app up into the current tech world.

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