Our mobile apps are like a friendly Umpqua associate right in your pocket. Check your balances, transfer funds, set up alerts, find an ATM and more. Most of all, stay connected whether you're going to Hawaii or just going to the store. (If you are going to Hawaii, be sure to send us a picture!)
Ready to get your app? If you're signed up with online banking, pick the type of phone you use and you're on your way. If you aren't signed up, go to our online banking page and get started.
Deposit checks with your smartphone: Download Check Snapshot today from the Apple app store or from the Google store. Questions? Check out our helpful user guide, frequently asked questions, or our Terms and Conditions.
don't have a smart phone?
We offer options for other web-enabled phones and text-based mobile banking.

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Smartphone Apps

iPhone, Android, BlackBerry

Mobile Web

Web browser based features

Mobile Text

For all text enabled phones
Check Balances
View Transactions
Pay Bills
Transfer Funds
Account Alerts
Find Umpqua Locations

frequently asked questions

What does it cost?
There's no fee for using our mobile banking. However, you do need an Umpqua Bank account to use mobile banking, and it's possible your actual account may have a cost associated with it. It's also possible your mobile phone service provider may charge for text messages and/or web access-check your plan for details.
Do I need a special phone?
No. We developed mobile banking to work with virtually all of today's phones and the most popular mobile phone service providers. You can use our service if:
  • Your phone allows text messaging; or
  • You can browse the Internet on your phone; or
  • You have an iPhone, BlackBerry or Android mobile device.
Will it work with my mobile phone company?
AT&T/Cingular, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile USA, US Cellular, CellSouth, nTelos, Nextel/Boost (part of Sprint), Alltel (part of Verizon), RCC (part of Verizon), Centennial and SunCom (part of T-Mobile).
What happens if my access is locked?
Call us at 1-866-486-7782 during business hours and we'll unlock it after assuring it is you making the request.
I think I lost my phone--now what?
You can disable mobile banking on your device at any time from within online banking. Or call us at 1-866-486-7782 during business hours. We can either un-enroll your device or suspend the service until you confirm the phone is actually lost.
I get text messages from friends. Why can't I get your messages?
Text messages can be sent to a telephone number to a "short code." When you text BAL, for example, to 867782 (UMPQUA), you are texting to a short code. Some mobile service providers may block the use of short codes. Be sure your carrier is on our list and then contact them to enable short codes for your service plan.
Where can I find all text commands?
Simply text HELP to 867782 (UMPQUA) and you'll receive a text message with all text commands (BAL, HIST, etc.).

Signing up for the Blackberry App

To get the Blackberry App, you'll need to set up your account in online banking before downloading the app. Here's what to do:

  1. Get started by logging in to online banking. Not an online banking customer? Sign Up Now ›
  2. Navigate to "Other Services" and click the "Enroll & Manage Mobile Banking" link. Complete the online sign up process.
iPhone

Blackberry users will receive a link to download the application after completing the mobile banking sign up process.

Signing up for Umpqua mobile banking.

To get mobile banking for your web-enabled phone or by text, you'll need to set up your account in online banking before downloading the app. Here's what to do:

  1. Get started by logging into online banking. Not an online banking customer? Sign Up Now ›
  2. Navigate to "Other Services" and click the "Enroll & Manage Mobile Banking" link. Complete the online sign up process.
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  4. You will receive a text message on your phone with an activation code, which you will need to continue the registration process. On the online banking screen, enter the activation code that was sent to your phone via text message. Click "Activate." You're ready to begin using mobile banking.

    IMPORTANT NOTE: If you selected Mobile Internet option, you must change your online banking security questions in order to access mobile banking via the Internet.