Get 24/7 access to your PNC Bank account information and services from your iPhone or iPod Touch. PNC Mobile Banking is a free service offered to all PNC Online Banking customers.
Check Balances – See current account balances for your checking, savings, and credit card accounts.
View Transactions – View recent transaction history in your checking or savings accounts and search for specific transactions by date, amount, or check number.
Transfer Funds – Transfer funds between your eligible PNC banking accounts.
Mobile Deposit – Use your camera equipped iOS device to deposit checks.
Pay Bills – Make one-time bill payments to billers you have entered in PNC Online Banking.
Send Money with Zelle℠ – The new way to send money simply, securely, to almost anyone in minutes.
Cards – View and manage your PNC credit, debit and SmartAccess cards and make in-store payments with Apple Pay right from the PNC Mobile app.
Locate PNC – Locate the nearest PNC Bank Branch or ATM using built-in Location Services or search by zip code and street address.
Security – With PNC's security & privacy, you can be confident that your personal and financial information will be protected while using PNC Mobile Banking.
Thank you for using PNC Mobile. New features included in this update:
-Schedule Recurring Credit Card Payments
-View Lending Account Numbers
-Print or Export Statements and Images
-Find Directions to Merchants in Offers Near Me
Ratings and Reviews
Mostly a useful app
Even though I live near many PNC branches, I try to use this a lot. But over the past week I had a major problem with it. Every time I would try to sign in, using the fingerprint reader, it gave me a very strange error message, something like, “This mobile service is not available at this time.” With such wording, the first time I shrugged my shoulders and tried again in a few hours. Got the same message, so tried again the next day. Got the same message so tried the following day. This went on for like a week at which point I thought maybe PNC had had a major security problem and shut down all access from the app.
So a couple days later, I went into the local branch to ask if there was a company-wide problem. The kind woman suggested I try to sign in with my password instead of the fingerprint reader. To my surprise, it worked! Immediately I closed the app, started it up again and then tried the fingerprint reader. It worked.
In summary, I hope the developers consider displaying a more pertinent and informative error message when, for some reason, the app does not trust the fingerprint reader.
App needs a lot of work
This app has potential but needs a lot of work to get there. The biggest people is your last update made it extremely difficult to make an online deposit because an error is always received indicating the amount entered does not match the amount on the check. And it happens with every deposit! Sometimes the next day I can then make the deposit but other times I have to deposit at the bank or at an ATM. This is incredibly inconvenient. Also, the auto capture of checks doesn’t wait until the check is in focus to take the picture so I have to take multiple pictures of the front and back of every check only to get the error that the amounts don’t match. Also, the accounts set up in bill pay as the primary acct for each bill is ignored in the app. The default for what acct each bill is paid out of should be what I chose it to be, it shouldn’t default to the primary account. When I pay a bill on the app, it doesn’t clear out the online bill received like it does online. After paying I still need to go online and mark the bill as paid. You also can’t see your online bills in the app. How am I supposed to know what’s due if you don’t show me my bills? There problems are too numerous with this app but you really need to add all the functionality that’s on the website. Your app is really far behind many other banks like Bank of America and tons of others. You need to spend some time and money and get into this decade!
Took a step back with last update.
I could give 5 stars for convenience and general reliability. But the last update, while making the app more snazzy, also made it less convenient. Cool new graphics and slick transitions were added. Looks cool guys. But takes longer to load each page. I don’t need to be entertained by my banking app - just need to make an online deposit or pay a bill. Here’s an example of inconvenient: making a mobile deposit. Lots of sliding around of graphics with every selection I make. I finally get the deposit made and then there’s the confirmation screen. The top 1/3 of the screen contains a blue bar with a giant “+” sign in it. Below that is the deposit information. Where’s the confirm button? Took me a while to figure out I have to scroll down to see it. Maybe a little smaller graphic on top would allow me to see the whole thing on one screen. And maybe instead of all the flashy graphics after every selection (deposit, account, amount...) all that could be on one screen and then the flashy stuff could come after, and just once. Bill pay is much the same. Looks cool but is a waste of time.
Functionally, convenience-wise, reliability-wise — I love having the app and it serves me well. I could just do without all the fru-fru.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.