Intuit Debuts Mobile Banking App for Android Tablets

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Intuit Financial Services has released a tablet banking app for the Android operating system.

The new app lets customers check balances, transfer funds, pay bills and find branches and ATMs, Intuit (INTU) said Tuesday. The app works on all seven- and ten-inch tablets and can be downloaded through the Google or Amazon app stores.

Sharon Credit Union in Massachusetts has begun offering the app to its customers, Intuit said in the news release.

"Android tablet adoption increased by more than 50 percent over last year," John Flora, director of product manager for Intuit Financial Services, said in the news release. "So we created a customized banking experience for an increasingly popular device."

Intuit announced earlier this month that it is integrating aspects of Mint, its personal finance management software, into its online banking systems.

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