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October 17, 2011

RCB Bank gets Android-friendly with new app

CLAREMORE — Oklahoma-based RCB Bank released a new banking app for Android smartphones last week. The app is the second for RCB Bank; the iPhone version was released earlier in 2011.


The app is provides most online banking services through RCB. Customers can view and check their balances, account details and transaction history through the new mobile app. Those with the mobile app can also transfer money, pay bills and find the nearest RCB Bank ATM or branch by using the app’s GPS feature.


Customers can download the free app on their Android smartphone by accessing the App store for Android. The app is not available on the Android Market due to security concerns. The App store is not available to all AT&T customers, only those with the HTC Aria, Samsung Infuse, HTC Inspire, and Samsung Captivate. AT&T customers should contact their AT&T representative if they are unable to download the App store.  

The RCB Bank iPhone app is also available for free from the iTunes store.

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