Google pictures a world where you can ask the Assistant to do almost anything. If you connect the right services to the platform, you're already close to all-encompassing voice control today. That's also true for financial transactions: You can tell Google Assistant to send money through Google Pay. Integrating proper online banking is quite another feat, though. Google and British bank NatWest (part of RBS) have taken it upon themselves to trial such feature in a limited beta, but the current implementation comes with lots of hurdles and drawbacks. Read More
US Bank was one of the launch partners for Android Pay, but not every card worked. Using a Visa? You were good to go. A MasterCard? Not so much.
That's changing. Today US Bank announced that MasterCard holders can now use Android Pay. Read More
U.S. Bank has decided to jump on the bandwagon and release their own Android banking app, which promises a fresh look, better navigation and improved security.
The app supports all the standard features one would expect from banking apps, including the ability to:
- Deposit checks with DepositPoint Mobile - simply take a photo of the front and back of your check and input the dollar amount.
- Pay bills
- Check balances
- Transfer money between accounts
- View transactions
- Locate ATMs
Current U.S. Bank customers who use internet banking can login to the mobile app by using their current personal ID and password. Read More