The Bank of America app for Android has seen a healthy update this weekend that brings an all new Material Design look and feel to the banking app. Gone is the heavily menu driven app and in comes a scrolling tab style menu at the top of the app to easier navigate to different part of the app for your needs. It is a much cleaner and more responsive app to be sure and falls more in line with what you would expect from a contemporary app on Android. The update is rolling out now for those who have the app installed on your phone.
Bank of America has announced that they are rolling out Android Pay support to 5,000 ATMs across the United States over the course of this year. The new support will allow users of Android Pay to tap their phone at the ATM to withdraw cash from their accounts as well as check balances and make transfers between accounts. The good news is the banking giant isn’t waiting around. 2,400 ATMs are expected to have Pay support by the end of this month.
The Bank of America app for Android has been updated and with it comes support for fingerprint support for sign in. Now if you have an Android phone running Android Marshmallow that has a fingerprint scanner, you can now use it to sign into the app to get to your accounts. The update takes advantage of Marshmallow’s fingerprint API and adds to the app’s already support of Samsung’s fingerprint API.