RBC Mobile for iOS Now Supports Touch ID For Easier Logins


RBC Mobile has been updated just now to launch support for Touch ID, to allow for quicker and much easier sign-ins. This means you will no longer require to remember your password to sign-in,  once you’ve setup Touch ID.

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Also once signed in, customers can now move between the company’s apps (such as RBC Wallet) without logging in each time.

BMO’s iOS app added Touch ID last May, while Scotiabank’s app received support last fall. CIBC Mobile Banking joined the Touch ID party this January, and with RBC Mobile now supporting Apple’s fingerprint reader, only TD remains the lone holdout–for now.

Just yesterday, RBC announced it eliminated Interac e-Transfer fees, noting how over 50 per cent of transfers this year have been on mobile.

Click here to download RBC Mobile for iOS in the App Store. Let us know how you like this update!


  • Cornfed710

    I think I’ll be getting an RBC account soon.

  • Spiridus

    Someone please come here and help me lift my jaw off the floor!! WELCOME TO 2016 RBC!! Only took you 3 years but finally, it’s here! I installed it seconds after seeing this article and LOVE it!!

    Thank goodness, I no longer have to open LastPass, copy my password then go to the RBC app and paste.

  • Damn you guys, I’m still ‘slumming’ it with TD right now, copying and pasting from 1Password #firstworldproblems

  • Marco

    don’t forget the free iPad mini deal… lol

  • Marco


  • at the cost of at least $15 per month x 12 months!

  • makeittalk

    Scotia iTrade on the iPad…nothing. Turning blue waiting.

  • yamadori

    So far it isn’t giving me the option to enable touch id log in. Maybe a glitch?

  • This is all for PERSONAL ACCOUNTS only. Really stupid that all the most useful features are unavailable for business accounts (or even worse, no one talks about it).

  • Léon

    Gary, any info on iPad app? It seems it hasn’t been updated and it still doesn’t support TouchID login. I really don’t understand why RBC is still keeping two separate apps instead making one universal.