Yes, you should downloading the free Chase credit card app because it can be very useful if you’re a Chase cardholder. And actually, it’s more than just a credit card app. It’s an app for all your Chase accounts: credit, savings, and checking. You can do everything from viewing your balances to paying bills. The app is available for both … read full answerAndroid and Apple devices, and it’s highly rated: 4.46/5 on Google Play and 4.87/5 on iTunes.
Here are the features of the Chase credit card app:
View Chase credit card, checking and savings account balances
Check and redeem rewards
Make payments on your credit cards and other bills
Move funds from one account to another
Deposit money to a bank account
Locate Chase branches and ATMs
The Chase app gives you all the same functionality as logging into your account online. And people who’ve already downloaded it seem to think the interface is easy to use and works correctly. It’s free too, so there’s really no downside.
One more note: Don’t confuse the Chase Mobile app with Chase Pay. That’s like Apple Pay, not a standard credit card app. And it has much less favorable ratings, only 2.2/5 stars.
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