Chase Boots Mobile App From Windows Phone Store, Cites Too Few Users

It's common knowledge that Android and iOS dominate the mobile scene (in that order), in terms of market share. And the cold reality for Microsoft is that its Windows Phone platform is found on only about three out of every 100 smartphones. With that in mind, it's understandable (albeit disappointing) that Chase has decided to yank its mobile banking app from the Windows Phone Store.

So, if you're a Windows Phone user and Chase customer, be advised that the Chase mobile app for Windows Phone will no longer be available to download and install on January 26, 2015. Should you already have the app (or plan to get it), you can continue to use it, though only for the next couple of months.

Chase Windows Phone

"We are focusing our support on the products our customers use the most. Starting March 22, 2015, we will no longer support the Chase Mobile App for Windows devices, which few customers use. Those customers can still access chase.com through their mobile browser," Chase told Winbeta.org.

It's a shame Chase is turning its back on Windows Phone. Out of over 2,200 reviews, it was generally favored by Windows Phone users, who on average rated it four out of five stars. With the app installed, Windows Phone users are able to view banking and credit card balances, transaction history, pay bills, transfer money, deposit checks, and more.

Via:  Winbeta
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