Transfer money within your Ally accounts, or between your Ally and non-Ally accounts
Find nearby ATMs and cash back locations
View your balances and search transaction history
Yes. We use the standard SSL with 256-bit encryption to help protect your information, and no personal or account details will be stored on your phone.
Mobile Banking is free from Ally, but your wireless carrier's data and message rates and roaming charges may still apply.
Yes. While both are free and offer easy access to your accounts on the go, there are some features that may not be available on all devices or platforms.
Mobile banking features
View account balances
Manage one-time and recurring transfers
Deposit checks using Ally eCheck Deposit℠
Send Money with Zelle®
Although Ally doesn't store any personal or account information on your phone, we recommend you uninstall the Mobile Banking app before recycling or disposing of your phone.
Yes. You can use your mobile device to transfer money within your Ally accounts or between your Ally account and accounts you have at other institutions.
When using Mobile Banking, there are things you can do to protect your accounts and sensitive information.
Never give out your Online Banking password
Memorize you username and password. Never store it on your mobile phone or write it down on a piece of paper that you carry with you.
Choose passwords that would not be easy for others to guess. This includes information that could be found on social sites or public information, such as your name or a family member name, phone number, birthday or pet name.
Establish a security code (sometimes called a passcode) to access your mobile phone. This locks your phone after it's been idle for a while and won't allow anyone to access it who doesn't have the code.
Ally doesn't store any personal or account information on your phone. Never email your personal information to anyone, and make sure you don't keep your username, password or account information in the notepad or address book of your phone.
You must have an Ally Online Banking username and password to access Mobile Banking; your Ally Auto credentials won't log you in to m.allybank.com or our Mobile Banking apps.
We use the same nicknames in Mobile Banking that we do in Online Banking, so you'll need to log in at allybank.com to change them.
Yes. To make a deposit using your mobile device, launch the Ally Mobile Banking app, log in, and tap Make Deposits. Snap a picture of both sides of your endorsed check, upload the images, and submit your deposit.
If you are enrolled in Online Banking, you are eligible to use Mobile Banking. All you need is a mobile device with Internet access, or you can also download our Mobile Banking app.
If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you should notify your carrier right away. No one can get to your Ally Bank account information without knowing your username and password, but you can always call us at 1-877-247-2559 and we can reset your login information right over the phone.
You can access your accounts through your mobile device's browser at www.allybank.com, or you can download our free mobile banking apps.
Supported mobile operating systems:
Android™ 4.0 or higher
iOs 8.0 or higher
Fire OS 3 or higher
Windows phone 8.0 or higher
Yes. You'll need your Ally Online Banking username and password to log in to Mobile Banking. If you don't have an Ally Online Banking username and password, call us 24/7 at 1-877-247-2559 to set it up.