Check balances & recent transactions – See current account activity for your checking, savings, credit card and loan accounts.
Protect your accounts – Set up Touch ID or Face ID to securely sign on to the app. Or, reset your password quickly and conveniently if you need to.
Send money with Zelle® – Send money simply, to people you know and trust (i) using your
mobile number or email address.
Transfer funds – Transfer funds between eligible PNC accounts and external bank accounts (ii).
Make deposits – Deposit checks quickly and easily with your iOS device (iii).
Pay bills – Add your bills and make one-time or recurring bill payments right from the app.
Manage your cards – View and manage your PNC credit, debit and SmartAccess® cards and make in-store payments with Apple Pay right from the app.
Lock your cards – Easily lock or unlock your PNC debit card or credit card if you misplace it.
Locate PNC – Locate the nearest PNC ATM or branch using our location services, or search by zip code and street address.
If you have Virtual Wallet®, you’ll have access to more tools and insights to help you work toward your financial goals.
See what’s free to spend – Your Scheduled Out subtracts known bills and expenses from your available checking account balance to show you what’s free to spend, which we call your Free Balance. You’ll also see potential Danger DaysSM, which is when your account is at risk of being overdrawn.
Visualize your money – Use Money Bar® to see how much is available to spend with your Free Balance, what you’ve scheduled for bills and how much you’ve set aside for goals.
Know your activity – Use the Calendar to see upcoming paydays and payments, and view a history of your transactions. You can pay bills, schedule bill reminders, track external payments, view potential Danger Days and more.
Track your spending & set budgets – See where you're spending your money with categories like restaurants, gas and more. Then, create budgets to know if you’re staying on track.
Make saving easier – Create savings goals to work toward your goals and keep track of your progress along the way. Set up automatic rules to regularly transfer money to your savings, like once a week or when you receive a paycheck. Make saving fun using your personalized piggy bank to transfer money to your savings.
With PNC’s Security and Privacy, you can be confident that your personal and financial information will be protected while using our app.
(i) Zelle should only be used to send or receive money with people you know and trust. Before using Zelle to send money, you should confirm the recipient's email address or U.S. mobile phone number. Neither PNC nor Zelle offer a protection program for authorized payments made with Zelle. Zelle is available to almost anyone with a bank account in the U.S. Transactions typically occur in minutes between enrolled users.
If the recipient has not enrolled, the payment will expire after 14 calendar days.
(ii) There are limits to the number of transactions you can make from a savings or money market account per month.
(iii) PNC does not charge a fee for Mobile Banking. However, third party message and data rates may apply. Mobile Deposit is a feature of PNC Mobile Banking. Use of the Mobile Deposit feature requires a supported camera-equipped device and you must download a PNC mobile banking app. Eligible PNC Bank account and PNC Bank Online Banking required. Certain other restrictions apply. See the mobile banking terms and conditions in the PNC Online Banking Service Agreement. Virtual Wallet, PNC SmartAccess and SmartAccess are registered trademarks of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. ©2020 The PNC Zelle and the Zelle related marks are wholly owned by Early Warning Services, LLC and are used herein under license.
Thank you for using PNC Mobile. This update includes improvements to the following features: Bill Pay, Zelle and ATM Access.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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.
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.
Confusing and hard to follow
Every time you make a selection, there is a unnecessary explosion of moving and confusing graphics. If you select "Deposit", the selection flies out of the screen and your screen goes totally black...what happened I think? Is this a bug, did my phone just shut down? Then a totally new screen shows up that doesn't really show you bread crumbs from where you just were, so it's like you are launched into a new app. Then it launches you into a photo mode which fortunately I'm familiar with mobile banking, but would be another launch-like graphic action that feels like another totally new experience. Then suddenly after taking the photo of front and back of check, it launches you to a totally new graphical experience that's totally unexplained and weird. There is a full blue screen with a plus sign that is drawn in front of you - does this mean I'm supposed to add another deposit I wonder, then the plus sign morphs into a strange eclipse like thing and the two unexplained symbols graphically interchange for awhile without any words or understanding of whether the simple act of depositing a check was actually even done. Ridiculous. A bank needs to demonstrate stability and steady trustworthiness Not flashy, not introducing weird confusing flashy things, and very clear regarding what's happening with the money I am entrusting them to keep. Get over yourself. Simple and fast and clear is best.
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