Get 24/7 access to your PNC Bank account information and services from your iPad. PNC Mobile Banking is a free service offered to all PNC Online Banking customers.
Check Balances – See current account balances for your checking, savings, and credit card accounts.
View Transactions – View recent transaction history in your checking or savings accounts and search for specific transactions by date, amount, or check number.
Transfer Funds – Transfer funds between your eligible PNC banking accounts.
Mobile Deposit – Use your camera equipped iOS device to deposit checks.
Pay Bills – Make one-time bill payments to billers you have entered in PNC Online Banking.
Send Money with Zelle℠ – The new way to send money simply, securely, to almost anyone in minutes.
Cards – View and manage your PNC credit, debit and SmartAccess cards and make in-store payments with Apple Pay right from the PNC Mobile app.
Locate PNC – Locate the nearest PNC Bank Branch or ATM using built-in Location Services or search by zip code and street address.
Security – With PNC's security & privacy, you can be confident that your personal and financial information will be protected while using PNC Mobile Banking.
We enjoy hearing from customers. New features included in this update:
- Request credit limit changes and update income in ‘Cards’ section.
- Visit ‘Card Actions’ to transfer balances from higher interest credit cards.
- View account-related documents within ‘Account Actions.’
Ratings and Reviews
September 2018 update: Can use in landscape mode now. Still no information on checks written. Just the amount and date. Chase gives you a picture of the front and back of the check. PNC still behind the technology. Added a star, but no more until check photos and last statement balance are available.
June 2018 update: This new PNC update for iPad is nothing more than the iPhone app writ large. You have to use it in portrait mode. Unbelievable that this is the best PNC can do. Makes me question why I use this bank at all.
Typical PNC. Way behind the technology. Good for finding out what funds you have available or what your entire credit card balance is, but not much else. For example, it will not tell you what your last statement balance was, in other words what your current payment due is. It only tells you what your entire balance is. And any checks you wrote have no information about whom you wrote it to - only the amount and check number. They can show you a photo of the check in a browser but not in this app. I use a browser to look at my account on my iPad, it gives access to the entire website.
Paying Pnc credit card bills
I love Pnc in general and online banking. But I don’t understand why it’s harder to pay a Pnc credit card bill than other bills. This was true on the website, too. But I just installed the app, and it’s way easier to pay (non Pnc) bills than the website, which is great. But it’s even harder to pay the Pnc credit card bills with the app. (At least on the website there is a ‘pay bill’ button that takes you to transfer.) So with the app, the contrast between paying non Pnc bills and Pnc bills is stark. Just a hint: as a consumer, at bill paying time they are all just bills, with a due date and amount. I don’t distinguish between ‘now I want to pay my bills’ and now I want to ‘pay my bills that I have to pay using transfers’. I’d love to see the Pnc bills show up alongside aa of the other bills in ‘pay bill’ when they become due. Otherwise I start to think maybe I should just use non pnc cards.
Crap App! / Junk Ware
I installed this app on my iPad so that I could conveniently access my PNC account and pay bills. Unfortunately, this app is designed for iPhone not an iPad. You can only access your account in portrait mode, not landscape. Landscape is the mode I need to use so that I can pay bills. There’s too much information that has to be accessed in Bill pay mode for it to be only displayed in portrait. So, this app is basically useless to me. It was a waste of my time in hard drive space to install this piece of crap application / junk software! If only I could rollback this crap to the previous version, I’d be fine with that. But, No! PNC had to screw with it until they screwed it up! So, thank you very little PNC and screw you very much! And while you’re at it, learn when to leave well enough alone, please! Are you trying to send me to a competing bank? I suppose I can tolerate what’s been done to this app, if only PNC will make it accessible in landscape mode. Otherwise, they can eat this app! Because, it’s useless for anything else.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.