Are you an Ally Bank customer rocking a Windows Phone handset? If so, you’ve probably been dying to get an official app for a long time. We first reported that Ally Bank was working on a Windows Phone app last April and we’re nearing the one year mark of that announcement. Good news today, because it looks like we might be a few weeks away from seeing the official app hit the Windows Phone Store.
Ally Bank took to Twitter to respond to a customer’s concern over their lack of Windows Phone app. They replied saying that the Ally Bank team is in the final stages of completing the Windows Phone app and that it’s due out in the next few weeks.
We’ve reached out to Ally Bank to see if we can get a date a little more firm or maybe an early look at the app for you all. We’ll keep you posted. In the meantime, how many Ally Bank customers are looking forward to the app coming?
Thanks for the tip Abraham!
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