November 19, 2012

Ally Bank announced today the launch of its second generation of mobile apps, which will include check deposit, fund transfer and bill pay capabilities.

The updated mobile banking app, available for Android, iPhone and the bank's mobile website (m.ally.com) will continue to feature the ability to check balances, search transaction history, transfer money between Ally Bank accounts, see current call wait time, and find nearby ATMs and cash-back locations.

"Customers are looking for the easiest ways to access and manage their money. We've listened closely, and Ally Mobile Banking's enhanced functionality now meets both their wants and needs," said Diane Morais, deposits and product innovation executive, Ally Bank, in a statement. "Within the first six months of the initial Ally Mobile Banking rollout, we saw more than 167,000 app downloads and we anticipate even greater adoption with our second release."

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