Capital One Services has finally joined the ranks of large financial institutions offering native Android mobile banking apps with the introduction of the official app.

Capital One account holders can now check their balances, pay bills, transfer funds between accounts, view recent transactions and rewards, and, of course, find the nearest branches and ATMs.

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The app works on Android phones running Donut (1.6) and up, but cannot yet be installed on Honeycomb tablets (support for them is coming later). Grab it for free by using the links below:

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  • http://isradroid.wordpress.com susuFOX

    Great example for an banking app done right!

  • Regulas

    F Capital One and any other bank that took bailout money.

    • Duffin

      You mean, pretty much all of them? I guess you keep your money in a mattress? Or, you're one of those who just swears that Credit Unions are the savior of the banking industry.

  • Jon Garrett

    I take credit for this app and the one for iOS also.

    I emailed Capital One about the lack of an iOS app and the less than a month later, they released it.

    then I got my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and wrote another email about the lack of an Android app, and boom, they released one.

  • sundog

    I dunno--not too happy with this so far. Have been waiting for Capital One to release an app for Android (tired of the iOS preference that seems so prevalent), so I was glad when I came across this earlier. We have a Venture One card through Capital One and already have a registered online account with them. When I put my username and password in the app, though, it said those weren't recognized. I sent them an e-mail to find out what gives.

  • asd

    Shitty iPhone port.