Mobile eBanking

Get it done when you're on the run
  • Download our FREE mobile app.
  • Access your accounts 24/7.
  • Deposit checks, pay bills, and check balances.

Because life takes you here,
there, and everywhere.

Manage your finances any time you have a smartphone and a few minutes.

There may be no place like home. But with busier-than-ever schedules, we're hardly ever there. So, whether you're out on the job, out for a jog, or stepping out on the town, just pause for a few steps and get all your banking done. With our free mobile app, taking  care of all your financial business is a snap.

  • Download the First Bank on the Go mobile app for free from Google Play or the App Store.
  • Use with iPhone, iPad, or Android phones and Android tablets, as well as many other mobile devices. 
  • Check balances and transfer funds.
  • View account history and pending transactions.
  • View images of cleared checks.
  • Pay bills with just a few clicks.
  • Add a payee.
  • View or cancel pending payments.
  • Deposit checks with Mobile Deposit.
  • Send money to a friend with People Pay.
  • Locate your nearest First Bank branch or ATM.
  • Apple Pay

Alerts

It's a good idea to stay aware of your money. We're happy to send you texts or emails that keep you on top of your account activity.

  • Account Alerts notify you when your balance is near or below a designated level, when a specific check clears or a deposit is processed, or when a funds transfer takes place.
  • Bill Pay Alerts tell you when payees have been established, when eBills have been received – or need to be paid – and when certain payments have been processed.
  • People Pay Alerts inform you if your payment failed, if a payment is scheduled, or if a People Pay recipient has been added or their contact information changed.
  • Service Alerts notify you if the information in your account profile has been changed, when a new online eStatement is available, if an external transfer account has been added, or if a transfer has failed.
  • Debit Card Alerts tell you if your card was used for purchases over a designated dollar amount, for out-of-state or international transactions, if a purchase has been declined, or if fraudulent activity is suspected.