Last week, Chase Bank confirmed that it was dropping its support for the Windows Phone platform, citing a lack of demand from its customers. Now, the second largest bank in the US has followed in Chase's footsteps, and announced that it will do the same.
Under the Windows Phone Store listing for its app, Bank of America (BoA) has updated the description with an urgent notice: "In early March 2015, we'll no long support this app for this device. We're sorry for the inconvenience. You can access mobile banking with us through your browser. Just go to"
The listing for the Windows 8.1 version of the app has also been updated with the same information, indicating that it faces the same fate as the BoA Windows Phone app.