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Bank of America Universal Windows 10 app now ready for download

Bank of America releases a new Windows 10 app for PC and Mobile, and you can download it now.

Bank of America returns to Windows 10 with a brand new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app. After the popular bank discontinued its original modern app for the operating system, many users were left with only the web option, but Bank of America (BoA) is back with a great app available now for PC and Mobile through the Windows Store.

The new Universal app had been built from the ground up to take full advantage of Windows 10. The new version of the financial app includes Cortana integration so you can easily use voice commands to check your balance, open the app to pay your bills directly, transfer money, find the closest banking location, and even contact the bank for support.

Other features in the Back of American Universal app include a new redesigned user interface that match the Windows 10 apps language with a left rail and a hamburger button.

Easy access to all your accounts in one place, transfer money, deposit check by just taking a picture, alerts, and even option to open a new account with the bank.

In addition, the app brings integration with the People Hub that let you quickly import existing contacts on your phone and seamlessly transfer money to their accounts.

Bank of America also says that has worked closely with the Microsoft User Experience team design a customized and intuitive app experience on Windows 10 for customers. The app is available for all Windows 10 users on PC and for those using Windows 10 Mobile devices.

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