Bank of America’s Mobile App

What Percent of Bank of America’s Customers Uses Its Mobile App?

January 03, 2017, 12:42:00 PM EDT By John Maxfield,

G

One of the things Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) points out whenever it gets the opportunity to do so is that a growing share of its customers are using its mobile banking app to do things they once did at one of its branches.According to Bank of America’s latest data, it has 34 million active digital accounts — online plus mobile — with more than 21 million of those being active mobile users. Given that the North Carolina-based bank serves approximately 47 million consumer and small business customers, this means that 45% of them actively use its mobile app. [Read more…]

London Politicians urge Pokémon plod Cops to use Pokemon Go to catch mobile phone thieves

London: It has been suggested cops be stationed near ‘hot spots’ following robbers targeting keen gamers.

COPS should become “Pokémon plod” to catch real-life monsters who target players of the popular mobile phone game, politicians demanded last night.

The calls come after a reported spate of crimes has seen crooks mugging or attacking Pokémon Go players, who travel to real locations to collect items and catch monsters. [Read more…]

Run Your Own Cartel With Netflix Narcos Mobile App

Ever wanted to be a drug kingpin? Well, now you can try out the lifestyle without a stint in jail. 

Fans of “Narcos,” the Netflix drama about the hunt for Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, will soon be able to build their own international crime syndicates in a new game based on the show. [Read more…]

Drexel researchers develop computer game and mobile app to help people lose weight

Can a computer game train your brain to resist sweets?Drexelone App

That’s the question Drexel University researchers hope to answer with one of two new studies launching this month. They have developed a computer game and smartphone app to help people control unhealthy eating habits and ultimately lose weight. [Read more…]

Enlight Photo-Editing App – Impressive Even to Photographers

Enlight Photo EditingPhoto-editing hobbyists won’t want to live without this.  An addictive and creative photographic experience. The only all-in-one iPhoneography app for creating masterpieces.

Photo apps keep getting better and better. Even if you’re not into photo editing, you’re likely to use Enlight over and over if you try it.

Enlight (from Lightricks) launched its product for iPhone last week, claiming “every photo app you’ve ever needed… combined into one.” We took a look to see.  The features are hot, and it does deliver as promised. [Read more…]

Apps to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

For the next few weeks, or few days, you’re compelled to fulfill promises to yourself for the New Year.  This means most of us will vow to lose weight, learn something new or travel to new places.

Of the most popular resolutions: losing weight; volunteer to help others; quit smoking; get a better education; get a better job; save money; get fit…your resolution is probably nothing new.  But, how do you do it without someone looking over your shoulder?

Stat’s show 1 in 10 will actually follow through on those resolutions.  However, digital help is here! [Read more…]

Flipboard for iPad review

Flipboard InterfaceAmong the already great selection of iPad news-reading apps, Flipboard (free) continues to be the best of the best, of the best…with honors. Version 3.0 of Flipboard for the iPad now has a more streamlined interface, a daily curated magazine, and a way of reading that looks like a social media site and encourages you to follow topics, people, and magazines. Flipboard 3.0 is still very much like it’s preceding versions, with aggregated articles, videos, and social media all at your fingertips. [Read more…]

Is the web dying, killed off by mobile apps?

In an article today on GigaOM.com the author discusses the concept of how browsing HTML based sites is shrinking as a percentage.  Although the Internet is used as a conduit for connecting users to content and software, the number of folks actually browsing random websites is definitely shrinking.  Gigaom does passively discount the idea that browsing may soon be dead, with the cavelier phrase “it’s complicated” in their title.  However, there is no doubt users are basically pushed content these days.  And, control of this medium is definitely in play. [Read more…]

SPARE: Mobile App to End Hunger

Spare: phone app to end hunger

Andra Tomsa, 27, started Spare Change as a way to generate micro donations. The nonprofit will now launch it’s own app that will allow users to track how much they donate.

Bronx waitress creates a mobile phone app to end hunger in the city

Andra Tomsa started the nonprofit Spare Change to raise money from bar patrons. Now users of the new app will get to track how much they donate and win free drinks.

This fetching Bronx waitress really is dishing up change. [Read more…]

Houston mom creates app to control child’s phone

teen with phoneFor parents of teenagers, not knowing where your child is can be frustrating, even frightening. Giving them a cell phone doesn’t always mean they’ll answer.

That’s why one local mom took control and invented an app that her kids — and your kids — can’t ignore. [Read more…]