Bank of America app receives interface overhaul in latest update

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Bank of America has had a pretty tired-looking (albeit functional) app for some time, and with today's update it's getting an interface refresh. No portion of the UI was left untouched, with a new main account screen that's simpler and more finger-friendly. You can quickly toggle between Bill Pay, Transfers and Deposit Checks along the top, or tap into your different accounts listed. A new slide-in panel gives you access to alerts, deals, settings, contact information and BofA locations.

The app is still a tad less responsive loading than we'd like (we're assuming it's downloading the data as it goes to cut down on caching), but scrolling and selecting have picked up their responsiveness overall. And it's tough to complain about anything here considering how old the previous interface was — this is a breath of fresh air for Bank of America mobile users.

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Andrew Martonik

West Coast Editor of Android Central

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Bank of America app receives interface overhaul in latest update


Hopefully Wells Fargo can follow suit. How I hate their God awful app. Look and functionality it lacks in. It's almost like do they even have a tech team working on ANYTHING?! Almost makes me want to switch banks ;-p

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I second this opinion whole heartedly. Wells Fargo is considered by some one of the "upper echelon" banks and there app is pretty much horrible in everyway. I literally hate launching it on my iPhone. Lets all join hand in prayer for something better on the horizon.