As of 2015, many banks offer mobile banking, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Capitol One and Chase. FindaBetterBank.com offers a list of banks that offer mobile banking and mobile check depositing. A quick search of a bank’s website should return whether the institution offers mobile banking.
Mobile banking allows account holders to perform a variety of banking tasks, including checking balances, paying bills and transferring funds. Many mobile banking apps also help users locate ATMs and provide alerts for various transactions. As of 2015, many banks offer mobile check depositing, which allows users to deposit checks from their phone or tablet by taking photos of the endorsed check, says FindABetterBank.com. Large banks, smaller regional banks and credit unions all offer mobile banking and mobile check deposit as of 2015.
Banks such as Wells Fargo, Chase and Bank of America allow users to download mobile banking apps from a computer via the bank’s website, through app stores or directly from a mobile device. Apps are typically available for a variety of devices, including iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire and Windows Phone. Depending on the type of device, users can download the app from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon.com or the Windows Phone website.