Bank Of America Official Windows 10 App Arrives in the Next Few Weeks

By: Ivan Jenic
2 minute read

We already told you that Bank of America is preparing to launch its official Windows 10 Universal app back in December. Ever since Bank of America promised users that the new app would arrive soon, we hadn’t heard a word from them until now: the bank told one Twitter user that the app should arrive in the next few weeks.

Twitter user Myke Floyd asked Bank of America about the alleged Windows 10 app and he quickly received a positive answer. Bank of America is indeed preparing its official Windows 10 app and it should arrive very soon. BoA also confirmed the upcoming app will be Universal, meaning it will work on Windows 10-powered PCs, tablets, and Windows 10 Mobile phones.

Bank of America isn’t new to Windows platform as they had a Windows Phone app back in 2013 but they decided to discontinue it, turning their focus on developing a new version fully-compatible with Microsoft’s latest operating system.

Bank of America is the second largest banking system in the US with millions of clients. So, the introduction of a Windows 10 app will definitely help clients to get what they need do done faster. We still don’t have any info about the app’s possible features, but we assume the app is going to contain some basic banking features like every banking app in the Windows 10 Store has — the ability to pay bills, keep track of recent activity, check current balances, and more.

Although the number of Universal apps in the Windows Store is expanding every day, it still lacks a lot of financial solutions. We hope Bank of America’s decision to release the Windows 10 app will encourage other banking systems and services to present their own Universal apps for Windows 10.

We’ll keep an eye on the Windows Store to provide you with more details about the Bank of America Windows 10 Universal app as soon as it’s released. In the meantime, tell us what features you’d like to see in the app in the comments below!

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