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Mobile App Banking

If you're used to operating in an App environment, we have you covered.  Use the downloadable application (app) service to:

  • Check account balances
  • Review recent account activity
  • Transfer money between accounts
  • Pay bills
  • Change and cancel pending payments
  • Locate the nearest Midwest Bank branch or ATM

To use our Midwest Mobile downloadable app, your mobile device must have an operating system that supports app downloads and may require a data service plan.  You download the Midwest Mobile app using the link sent by text message to your phone during the enrollment process. 

Mobile App BillPay

Now you can pay your bills from anywhere your phone goes.  Just select your payee from the list, enter the amount, payment date and confirm.  That's it!  You've securely paid your bills right from the palm of your hand.  You can also view and modify pending payments.  Mobile BillPay is available to all our online BillPay subscribers. 

Mobile Web access is required.  BillPay is not available with our Text Banking option.

Not currently a BillPay user?  Click here to learn more about this service!

Frequently Asked Questions...

How do I download the Midwest Mobile app to my phone?

During enrollment, you are sent a unique link to the App Store where you can download "Touch Banking".  If you download "Touch Banking" in the App Store without enrolling first, the download will not work. 

Download "Touch Banking" as you would any other application from the App Store.  After you download and install the application, you will receive a text message with an activation link.  Click the link to launch the application and go to the Midwest Mobile login page.

When I click the link to download Midwest Mobile, nothing happens, what should I do?

Every mobile device and mobile network is different, so you may be not be able to download Midwest Mobile to your mobile device.  If you are having trouble, contact your mobile service carrier to make sure your mobile device supports application downloads. 

To print your Midwest Mobile App Banking Guide, click here.