TD Bank has finally joined the list of Financial Institutions who have ventured into the mobile phone industry with applications that could make banking even more convenient. TD BANK is a banking company which was formally Commerce Bank and its branches are located on the Northern East Coast. Until now, many consumers have pleaded with TD throughout numerous forums to create a truly mobile banking system with an application rather than just a mobile website. Looks like TD has heard those requests and served up what looks like to be a pretty handy application.
The TD Bank app is currently available for free in both the iTunes App Store as well as the Android Market. Once you download the application for your respective device you can simply sign on using your online username/password and if you are a TD Bank customer and have not set up online banking before with TD Bank, simply visit TD BANK. There are a number of features with this new mobile application and you, the banker, will be able to access your personal/business accounts, checks balances, pay bills, make account transfers, find the nearest TD Bank locations and ATMS.read more
If you have an iPhone you probably have iOS 4, here is a guide to the features in iOS 4. Please remember that most of the features apply to only the 3GS or iPhone 4 not the iPhone 3G. I am only going to cover features that are new or changed in iOS 4.read more
Today Apple released an update for iTunes which brings us to version 9.2.1. The update included a bunch of bug fixes and no exciting new features.read more
Yep the anticipated fix for signal issues on the iPhone 4 has been released today for the iPhone 4. All you need to do is hook your iPhone up to iTunes and download it.
If you downloaded it already, please let us know if you still are experiencing call drops, and reception issues.read more
Over the weekend many users found that their iTunes accounts had been used to purchase items without their knowledge. The items that were purchased were from a developer named Thuat Nguyen and were books published by him.
Apple told Engadget that they removed him from the Apple Store and that users should check thier accounts for fraudulent activity:
The developer Thuat Nguyen and his apps were removed from the App Store for violating the developer Program License Agreement, including fraudulent purchase patterns.
Developers do not receive any iTunes confidential customer data when an app is downloaded.
If your credit card or iTunes password is stolen and used on iTunes we recommend that you contact your financial institution and inquire about canceling the card and issuing a chargeback for any unauthorized transactions. We also recommend that you change your iTunes account password immediately. For more information on best practices for password security visit http://www.apple.com/support/itunes. – Apple via Engadget