Android Pay replaced Google Wallet last year, and with that change came more integration with banks. That meant rewards would be processed on your Android Pay purchases (yay), but it also meant that banks had to actually support the platform (boo). Google just added a ton of new banks to the list of supported institutions on the Android Pay site, and one of them is Capital One. Finally. Read More
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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.
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: