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America First Credit Union has upgraded its mobile banking services. Customers can now deposit checks via an Android or Apple device with an app that uploads a photo of the front and back of the check and then collects other information. Other additions include better security, improved multitasking, an iPad app and member-to-member transfers.
“People are relying on mobile devices more than ever before,” said John Lund, America First President and CEO. “America First has led the way in banking technology. We first launched our mobile platform in 2002, and in 2007 we released our first smartphone app. Now, we are excited to upgrade it, keeping pace as technology develops and offering more services that save time, provide convenience, and help our members manage their finances.”
According to Pew Research Center, nearly 90 percent of adults in the United States are mobile phone owners, and nearly 50 percent are smartphone users. Smartphones now outsell personal computers two to one, and their popularity is only growing.