The number of mobile phone users tapping into mobile banking will double over the next five years, predicts Juniper Research.
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The number of Australian mobile commerce customers soared 448 percent over the last three years, according to research prepared by Roy Morgan Research on behalf of the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
U.K. banks were slow to adopt mobile banking, and two of the largest banks, Barclays and HSBC, didn't deploy a mobile banking app until 2012, writes Stephen Walker, eBusiness and channel strategy analyst at Forrester Research.
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Banks with many mobile banking apps should use banking app stores to help customers find the apps they need, recommends Kristen Moyer, research vice president at Gartner.
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Customers are leaving banks that are not offering mobile banking services, such as balance inquiries and transfers and bill payments through photo imaging, the Wall Street Journal reports.