Enabling Apple Watch in Online Banking

With the Apple Watch feature in online banking, Amplify members can check balances and view their transaction history.

Written By Matthew Monagle (Member Support)

Updated at January 31st, 2020

In July 2019, we made a big announcement: our Amplify Credit Union app would now be supported on Apple Watch. With this new integration, Amplify members would be able to view their bank accounts and transaction history directly from their wrist. In this section, we'll review the steps needed to enable online banking on your wearable device.

How Do I Enable Apple Watch?

First, you will need to have the most recent version of the Amplify Mobile app on your phone. You can download this app from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. If you have previously downloaded the Amplify Mobile app, check to make sure you are on the most recent version of the app.

Once you are on the current version of the Amplify app, log into mobile banking and select the "Apple Watch" feature located under "Settings" in the online banking sidebar. Toggle this feature from "Off" to "On."

How do I Access Amplify on My Apple Watch?

Once you have enabled the Apple Watch feature, our Amplify logo will appear as an app on your screen. Tap on the logo to access your account and transaction history.

How Many Accounts Can I Access With Apple Watch?

You can access up to 20 of your Amplify accounts on your wearable device. If you have multiple accounts, we recommend logging into online or mobile banking and arranging your accounts so that the ones you want to view are at the top. 

How Do I View My Account Balances in Apple Watch?

On the Apple Watch, swipe left and right to scroll through and view different account balances.

How Do I View Transactions In Apple Watch?

You can view the ten most recent transactions for each account. To view transactions, tap on the specific Amplify account in question and swipe up and down to scroll through the transactions list. You can also use the "Back" option to navigate back to the account list.

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