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  • CitiBank App for iPhone Adds Apple Watch Support and Touch ID Login

    The iPhone Chase app not long ago added Touch ID login and Apple Watch support. Now, Citibank has followed suit and released a new version of their Citi Mobile iPhone app so that customers can use their fingerprint to login to their account. This support works for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus. Having Touch ID login support means no more having to manually type in your username and password when launching the app on your device.

    Just like the Chase app, the Citi Mobile app will automatically prompt customers to the Touch ID message when opening up the app. Although it may not seem like that big of a deal, we must admit it is definitely much easier and quicker access to your account.

    Along with fingerprint support, the app was updated to have Apple Watch support as well. The app allows customizable notifications for any activity on the card so that attention is given immediately on the wearable device to any suspicious activity. According to the app’s release notes on iTunes,

    What’s New in Version 7.0

    The Citi Mobile® app has been powerfully simplified with a completely redesigned look and experience, including a brand new navigation. Plus, it’s Apple Watch device ready and it works with Touch ID on your iPhone.

    This update includes:

    – Apple Watch™ capability
    – Touch ID™ access
    – Customizable real-time credit card notifications
    – Ability to add, edit or delete your bill payees
    – Choices for how you view Citi Mobile(R) Snapshot
    – Auto-capture for Mobile Check Deposit
    – Storage of up to 5 of your most recent ATM and/or branch location searches
    Source: iTunes
    This article was originally published in forum thread: CitiBank App for iPhone Adds Apple Watch Support and Touch ID Login started by Akshay Masand View original post
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    1. Sage I's Avatar
      Sage I -
      Sweet... Now all my credit cards use Touch ID to log in and now two of them are accessible via the apple watch...