The banks have entered our smart devices in recent years. With many things like things around us becoming more immediate and on request, we do not need to visit the local bank branch, it's a good addition.
This week We are watching the most downloaded mobile bank apps in the U.S. App Store in September, and who downloads them. According to our estimates, the five best are: Chase, Bank of America, Capital One, Wells Fargo and Citibank.
We estimate that the top five mobile phone apps were downloaded a total of 2.4 million times in the U.S. App Store in September . Chase and Bank of America lead the fee, accounting for almost half of all these downloads, and they split a little evenly between the two.
Wells Fargo and Capital One were not too far behind, which indicates that mobile banking is a trend that is not specific to a single bank. Between push notifications, online deposits and quick access to transactions, mobile banking is just sensible.
Zoom in, we can see a clear trend:
<img src = "https://blog.appfigures.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/downloads_banking_apps_2018.png" alt = "Download Estimate for the Best Mobile Apps in the United States  There has been a lot of movement earlier this year with the four most important championships for top positioning. Chase, starting at # 3 in January, took the lead in April and has been # 1 since. Bank of America remains in # 2 position, and Capital One fell to # 3. Through Citi, however, has been stuck at # 5.
Looking deeper, we can see the demo of mobile banking app users and, as you can imagine, they are pretty similar. All five challengers cater for almost the same audience-all. Mobile banking app users distribute almost evenly into the four age groups between 18 and 64 according to our mobile intelligence.
In addition, Our data that gender distribution is almost balanced, but tipping a little over men with a 60% / 40% s plittelse.
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