Archive for tag: Mobile Apps

New Mobile Apps Aim to Make Financial Education Stick

April 13, 2015

By Mary Wisniewski The Education Gap: “They taught us Christopher Columbus discovered America… and that’s a lie. Why didn’t someone teach us about compound interest?” said Ced Funches, founder of financial literary startup Schooold. An early-stage San Diego startup is attempting to train teenagers about personal finance by mixing aspects of games and social sharing. Ced […]

Can Mobile Apps Prod Millennials to Save? This Startup Thinks So

March 16, 2015

By Mary Wisniewski Trending soon on mobile banking (just maybe): automatically paying oneself while buying stuff. Qapital, which recently raised $1.3 million in seed capital, wants millennials to use its smartphone app to set personal-finance goals and automatically transfer sufficient money into savings accounts in order to meet those goals. The startup — which went […]

Mobile Banking Divergence: Where True Adoption Begins

October 27, 2014

By Mike Dreyer How to optimize mobile apps to attract today’s tech-savvy customers. Nearly every financial institution offers mobile banking capabilities to its consumers today. As studies and reports emerge about how important mobile banking apps are to smartphone users — 39% of consumers vote them important or extremely important — the opportunity is clear: […]

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