November 19, 2010 | by Andrew Kameka
The official Android app from Chase Bank is now available for people looking to manage their money on their mobile device. That even includes the Quick Deposit feature which allows Chase customers to remotely deposit checks by taking a photo of a check and have the information uploaded to Chase.
For now, Chase Mobile can provide the most basic and important functions. Once a customer receives and enters an access code from Chase, sent via text message, they can view the account balances associated with their Chase online ID. The app supports bill pay, monitoring due dates, and reading minimum payment amounts for credit cards. Chase customers can also monitor the transaction history of their debit account.
Chase taps into your location to pinpoint nearby ATM’s and banking centers should you ever need to get your hands on some cash or deposit checks the old fashion way. There’s also support information for contacting Chase over the phone or web. The app works on all versions of Android is available for free in the Android Market right now. Install this app if you are a Chase customer.
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UPDATE: This post originally stated that this app does not have the Quick Deposit feature but Chase notified us that the feature is available.