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Citibank launches Kindle app for fast, easy consumer access to their bank accounts

Citi is expanding its mobile repertoire with the launch of a Kindle Fire application that lets consumers track, analyze and plan their finances.

The Citibank Kindle Fire app lets consumers access their finances no matter where they are. In addition to the new app, Citi has also rolled out two additional mobile banking capabilities – mobile check deposit and Citibank Popmoney.

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