Schwab app on the iPad®
Manage your money. Wherever you are.
Now Schwab Mobile is optimized for your iPad—with vibrant charts and intuitive trading tools that make it easy to stay connected to the market and your accounts.
Get the App
Get news, charts, research, and analysis on stocks, ETFs, and mutual funds—all before logging in.
View balances and positions. Trade stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and options. Check the status of your orders. All on one screen.
Stay in the know with auto-updating watch-list quotes and a scrolling quick-quote bar at the bottom of every screen.
Deposit checks by simply taking a picture with your iPad, and transfer money between accounts with ease. Learn more about Schwab Mobile Deposit.
View transaction histories. Keep an eye on balances for your brokerage, 401(k) accounts, and Schwab Bank accounts. Pay bills using Schwab Bank Bill Pay™.
Add your Schwab Bank Debit card to Apple Pay today and pay quickly, easily and securely on compatible iPads.
Frequently Asked Questions
For touch capable Apple(R) devices Touch ID™ allows you to login to Schwab Mobile using your fingerprint instead of your User ID and password.
Please refer to Apple's instructions for a detailed walk-through on setting up Touch ID on an Apple Device.
Protecting your financial information is extremely important to us. That’s why the Schwab Mobile app has been designed to keep your information safe. Here’s how:
- We do not store any personal information on your mobile device.
- We mask your account information.
- We use industry-standard encryption technology to transport data across the network from your device to Schwab.
For extra security when not using your carrier’s network, be sure to access only password-protected Wi-Fi networks that you trust, and always use your PIN lock on your device.
We will continue to add new features and functions. Here’s what you can do right now:
- View transaction histories. Keep an eye on balances for your brokerage, and 401(k), and Schwab Bank accounts.
- Transfer funds between bank and brokerage accounts.
- Pay bills using Schwab Bank Bill Pay™.
- Buy and sell stocks, ETFs, mutual funds, and options strategies with up to 4 options legs.
- Check order status.
Track and Research
- Real-time and delayed quotes
- Watch list with auto-update quotes
- Stocks, options, and indexes
- Mutual funds and options chains
- Charts, market summaries, and market news
- Positions and watch lists
- Apply for Schwab Mobile Deposit for your Schwab Bank, brokerage and IRA accounts.
- Use the branch locator to find Schwab branches in your area.
Apple®, Apple Pay™, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPad and App Store are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries.
The Schwab Mobile Deposit service is subject to certain eligibility requirements, limitations, and other conditions. Enrollment is not guaranteed, and standard hold policies apply. Click here for details.
Requires a wireless signal or mobile connection. System availability and response times are subject to market conditions and you mobile connection limitations. Functionality may vary by operating system and/or device.
Please see the Schwab Bank Deposit Account Agreement for details on making deposits directly into your Schwab Bank account.
Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. and Charles Schwab Bank are separate but affiliated companies and subsidiaries of The Charles Schwab Corporation. Brokerage products and services are offered by Charles Schwab & Co., Inc., member SIPC. Deposit and lending products and services are offered by Schwab Bank, member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.
Options carry a high level of risk and are not suitable for all investors. Certain requirements must be met to trade options through Schwab. Please read the options disclosure document titled "Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options." Multiple leg options strategies will involve multiple commissions. With long options, investors may lose 100% or funds invested. Covered calls provide downside protection only to the extent of the premium received and limit upside potential to the strike price plus premium received. Spread trading must be done in a margin account.