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Mobile App

Picture yourself with faster access to your funds.

Access at your fingertips.

First Bank’s mobile app for Android and iPhone devices makes banking a snap.

  • Deposit a check from your phone. Learn how.
  • Move funds easily between First Bank accounts or from external accounts.
  • Stop payment on a check.
  • Find a nearby First Bank branch or ATM and get directions.
  • Manage your accounts, settings and security.

Get a quick balance check on Apple Watch!

If you have an Apple Watch, you can now check your account balance and the last 10 transactions on it. Simply click “Services” in the Menu and then “Apple Watch” to enable this feature from the First Bank mobile app.


Ready to get started? We’ll text you the link!

Receive a secure message from us with a link that will take you to the appropriate app store for your device. Make sure you select whether you have an iPhone or Android device.

Text to download our digital banking app

  1. While First Bank does not charge for mobile banking, check with your mobile service provider for web access fees. iPhone® and Apple Watch® are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. AndroidTM is a trademark of Google Inc
  2. If you have any questions about online banking for business, please call us at 1-866-435-7208 or send an email to BusinessSupport@LocalFirstBank.com, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (EST).

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