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By 2016, a staggering 87 million U.S. consumers are projected to own a tablet computer. Bank Systems & Technology's April digital issue breaks down what it takes to meet consumer expectations for tablet banking and examines other opportunities and challenges for banks in the mobile space.
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IN THIS ISSUE:
How to Create a Great Tablet App: Tablets promise an enhanced mobile user experience. But building a superior tablet solution requires more than just porting over existing smartphone apps, the experts advise.
The Best iPad Banking Apps: While the tablet space is expanding, the iPad still dominates the market. BS&T highlights some of the top banking apps for Apple's device.
Putting a Price on Convenience: Customers are willing to pay for mobile remote deposit capture. But the window of opportunity for banks is closing quickly.