Company News

October 20, 2020

Mercury Autumn Spice:
iOS updates, mobile wallets, and new statements

iOS Card Management

Autumn brings with it falling leaves and iOS app improvements.

First, we’ve added your debit card to your app. You can find your card number in just one tap. While you’re there, you can also see past transactions, edit card limits, or freeze your card.

That’s not all. We’ve also added fund transfer to the iOS app, so you can move money between your Mercury accounts with just your thumb.

If you haven’t downloaded our iOS app yet, you can find it here.

Special thanks to Sebastien, our iOS engineer, for bringing these updates to life. If you’re wondering when the Android app is coming, you might be encouraged by this job post.

Here’s other news from Mercury:

💳 Mercury in your mobile wallet

You can now add your Mercury debit card to Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay.

🧾 Redesigned statements

Mercury bank statements have been spruced up. Check out our fresh design by clicking Documents in the bottom-left menu of your dashboard.

💲 Structure Your Startup like a Serial Founder: a virtual event

Join us for a virtual event with Immad, Mercury CEO, and John Bautista, Orrick Partner. They’ll discuss structuring equity, board seats, and liquidity alternatives. Sign up here.

You may also enjoy our recent chat about rolling funds with Sahil Lavingia. Check out the talk here.

☕ Series Tea: a podcast for startups

Our most recent episode features Kevin Hartz, Eventbrite co-founder, explaining everything founders need to know about SPACs.

Feel free to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or Youtube.

⏭️ What’s next

We’ll be rolling out improvements to international wires, including support for additional recipient countries. Let us know if you're interested in helping us test.

We’re also adding more updates to the iOS app, and working hard on one of our biggest products yet. More details Coming Soon™.

Have any questions? Email us at [email protected] We love to chat.


The Mercury Team