Being able to do whatever I need with my bank account is one of my favorite parts of having a smartphone. Well, that and the 10,000 other things made simple by the tiny pocket super computer that I carry around everywhere I go, but today we're talking about mobile banking.
Never mind envelopes and trips to the post office for stamps, I pay my bills on the bus ride across town and today, Windows Phone 7 owners and Bank of America customers can too.
BoA's Windows Phone 7 app, which was announced in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, has officially been released. According to a release, the app will let Windows Phone 7 users do all the standard things that iPhone users have enjoyed for a while now - pay their bills, review account balances, transfer funds and find banks and ATMs.
According to MobileTechWorld, the app uses the latest for Bing Maps, meaning a smooth and responsive experience when looking for location banks and ATMs by map.
The only thing you'll miss is that bowl of lollipops on the teller counter. Do they still do that anymore? I don't know, I haven't stepped foot in a bank in years.
Get your copy of the app today.