Arvest Mobile Banking App

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  • Last update: 6 years ago
  • Version: 5.4.0
  • Size: 13.9 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Arvest
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Arvest Mobile Banking App Review

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Arvest Mobile Banking App Review

***ATTENTION iPAD USERS***
This page is for the iPhone-optimized app.
Please use the following link to download the iPad app.

https://www.arvest.com/ipad_app

Bank on the go with Arvest Mobile Banking – download today! We've made it easy to manage your finances at Arvest while on the go with an application designed to take advantage of your iPhone's features. If you have any problems enrolling or logging into Arvest Mobile Banking, please call (866) 952-9523 for personal assistance.

With Arvest Mobile Banking you can:

• Check balances
• Get history
• Deposit checks
• Transfer funds
• Pay bills
• View check images
• Manage and receive alerts
• Get current rates
• Locate nearby branches, offices, and ATMs

Your information is safe and secure:

• Encryption protects your data
• Your app is secured with your Arvest Online Banking login and password
• No personal data is stored on your device

Notes:
• You must be enrolled in Arvest Online Banking
• iOS 5 is required at a minimum

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3 Comments


  • S
    Shizzdrover
    iTunes
    As banking apps go this one leaves a lot to be desired. Literally ALL of my other banking apps allow me to login with touch. Highly secure. Even the bank I use for a safe deposit box (account required but fewer hassles than an Arvest box) has this and we are talking a 7 branch bank headquartered in Healdton, OK. Haven't heard of it? Most haven't. But for a really clear picture - it offers a check box to remember user name and can't even pull that off. Not sure what Arvest management is thinking. Or if they are. Redesigned a perfectly good online banking website for a horrible one. Takes a week to get a replacement debit card. Other banks replace same day. The writing is on the wall. Time to switch.
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    l Dan l
    iTunes
    If it weren’t for Arvest being the only convenient bank nearby I would’ve deleted this app a long time ago. It’s not optimized for bigger screens and doesn’t even have the ability for Touch ID/Face ID when smaller banks have already included that the moment it came out. Seeing how they’re owned by the same family that owns Walmart though it doesn’t come as a surprise they don’t have it up to date even though they have loads of cash to put into development. Their apps for employees are just as bad.
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    dBsooner
    iTunes
    If I could give 0 stars, I would. I have bank accounts at 8 different institutions. Arvest, by far, has the worst mobile app. First, it's not designed for the newer larger iPhone screens. TouchID has been out for several years, but the app hasn't added it yet. Further, the app constantly forgets the username. Only being able to scroll back 2 weeks in history is useless. The limited amount of information available per transaction is very weak. Honestly, I can't think of a single positive.

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