Century National Bank introduces new features to mobile app

| August 26, 2015

ZANESVILLE — Century National Bank has announced new features for its personal banking mobile app. The upgrade introduces instant balance, new alerts and notifications, and other time-saving conveniences.

Approximately 45% of app activity is customers checking their account balance. With the new instant balance feature, those customers can quickly and securely retrieve a balance with two touches without logging into the app.

The bank already offers account alerts and notifications via text message and email. With the new version of the app, customers can use the app to set up customized alerts, such as low balance, and receive them directly as a pop-up notification on their mobile device.

The latest version of Century National’s banking app also includes: An extended photo-deposit cut-off time of 7 p.m., prompts within the low-balance alerts to immediately log into the app and transfer money into the account with fewer touches and less time, the app is now available for Android tablets, making the app compatible with Apple and Android phones and tablets, and updated design elements.

Century National launched its personal banking mobile app in summer 2013, and now, thousands of people use the app to help manage their money anytime, anywhere. Bank customers can use the app to transfer money, make payments, photo-deposit checks, find an office or ATM, and much more.

To learn more about the mobile banking app, visit CenturyNationalBank.com.

Founded in 1886, Century National Bank is headquartered in Zanesville, Ohio and frequently recognized as the top community bank in the communities it serves. Century provides deposit, loan, and trust and investment services for families and businesses. The bank has 15 offices across six counties and is one of the 11 Ohio community banks that make up The Park National Corporation (NYSE: PRK). For more information, visit CenturyNationalBank.com.

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