January 19, 2016 8:02pm
Desjardins first released its mobile banking app in 2010 and has consistently updated it with new features.
The latest update for iOS, which bring more convenience to its customers, adds 3D Touch support for quick access to balances and locations to the closest branch.
The company has also added mobile cheque depositing, which has been on Android since January 8th. Similar to several credit unions, as well as RBC, CIBC, Tangerine (formerly known as ING Direct), and TD Canada Trust, the option to deposit cheques directly from a mobile device has become a primary reason to use these types of apps. One simply takes a photo of the cheque, inputs the amount and select the account in which to deposit.