Tablet apps now available for Android and Kindle Fire

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Now, in addition to our iPad users, those of you with an Android tablet or a Kindle Fire can access your EECU accounts on the couch or on the go with our new tablet apps.

Download the free application for your device, and enjoy the freedom to securely:

  • Check your account balance and recent activity
  • Pay bills any time, any place
  • Transfer funds with a few taps

Simply search EECU Mobile Banking on the App Store, Google Play or Amazon Appstore for Android. Or, click the appropriate icon below.

EECU Mobile Banking app is free, but standard rates and fees from your wireless carrier may apply.
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6 thoughts on “Tablet apps now available for Android and Kindle Fire

  1. I have an Android tablet. I went to download the app in the Play store and I got an error message saying the app is compatible with my tablet. Please help.

    • Hi Jermaine! What is the brand and model of your tablet? We’ll look into this and try to find out why it’s not downloading. Thanks!

  2. Mobile banking app for Kindle Fire, (v. 3.5.0.0 ) does not work correctly. Error Message is:
    “Sorry, you cannot deposit a check with this device because there is no camera feature, which is needed to submit pictures of the check.”

    False. Again, a failed app. (I never bothered to install the first version that was available last summer because so many other users reported that it did not work with AT&T internet access services.)

    First, there is a camera on Kindle Fire HD. Second, in case the error message was because the new banking app could not, for some reason, recognize the default camera software, I installed a second camera app and took pictures of the endorsed check before signing into banking the second time, in case I might save a few seconds by having the images ready instead of snapping them at the moment of request.

    In fact, neither option was available. Same error message as above. This banking app is more functional than the first rollout was, but still does not permit deposits.
    If EECU ever makes an app available that actually does let Kindle Fire HD readers do mobile banking from home, please let me know.

    • Hi Patricia,
      Currently, none of our tablet applications support mobile deposits–only our smartphone apps–even if they have a camera. We are working on mobile deposit support for tablets at this time, and have built it into the application menu because we hope to offer this feature very soon. We appreciate your feedback about the Kindle Fire app!

      • Thank you for your reply.

        To be fair, I reviewed the announcement of new tablet apps, and I see that check deposit is not a listed function. Basically, the tablet apps seem to be same the same as any online banking, which is probably useful for some people.

        Online or tablet mobile check deposit will be convenient when it is made available.

        • Thanks Patricia! We will be sure and let everyone know when mobile deposit is available for these apps. In the meantime, we hope you find some additional conveniences in being able to access your accounts through Android and Kindle Fire. We appreciate your feedback!

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