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CO-OP Launches iPad Mobile App
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (4/17/13)--CO-OP Financial Services has launched a new iPad App for CO-OP Mobile.

With the app, iPad tablet users can connect to their personal accounts and credit-union-hosted Web pages.

CO-OP Financial Services will host a free webinar on the new service at 11 a.m. PT Thursday.

"The iPad App for CO-OP Mobile is another indicator that mobile banking is a key to competing successfully in the future," said Stan Hollen, CO-OP Financial Services president/CEO. "This application gives credit union members access that they expect and offers credit unions a way to customize and differentiate their services from competitors."

CO-OP Mobile iPad access includes account balances and cash flow charts that summarize debit and credit activity; account history; transfers; and global positioning system-enabled access to CO-OP Network ATM or CO-OP Shared Branching locations. Credit unions can customize the app with their loan and account opening services, rates and promotions or social media sites.

The new iPad app adds to CO-OP's product line of mobile banking solutions, which include iPhone and Android applications, and CO-OP My Deposit Mobile for iPhone/Androids, Mobile Web and Text Banking. 

The iPad App for CO-OP Mobile is available immediately to credit unions participating in CO-OP Mobile.
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