To ensure that you have the best possible Online & Mobile Banking experience, we support the most widely used browsers and platforms. Below are the most common browser-related questions and answers.

Supported Browsers Q&A

What types of Internet browsers can I use to access my accounts online?

We require using the latest version of the following supported browsers:

Recommended Browsers

Microsoft Windows 

  • Google Chrome 
  • Microsoft Edge 
  • Mozilla Firefox


  • Apple Safari 
  • Google Chrome 
  • Microsoft Edge 
  • Mozilla Firefox 

Mobile Operating Systems (OS)

  • iOS: Versions 15.0 or higher is required
  • Android: Versions 8.0 or higher is required

Additional Information:

  • Other browsers' not listed above may function, but are not recommended.
  • Some browsers’ “add-ons” could interfere with our website’s rendering (i.e.; may cause a few letters to be replaced by emoticons in some instances). 
  • Each time a new version is released, support for older versions will cease on the second-oldest major version.

What if I am not using one of the supported browsers or mobile operating systems (OS)?

You may experience issues with Online & Mobile Banking or be denied access. If this occurs, please download one of the latest version of browsers' or mobile OS listed and attempt the action again.

Can I use a Beta version of one of the browsers or mobile OS above?

We do not recommend using a beta version of any browser or mobile OS. Updated versions of browsers or mobile OS listed on this page are fully tested and deemed compatible with the Online & Mobile Banking platform.


The following types of tools and/or access are not recommended and may impact your Online Banking experience:

  • Accessing account via an embedded browser such as Personal or Commercial Financial Management Software (Quicken, Quickbooks, etc.)
  • Web Portal access within televisions & gaming systems such as Xbox, PlayStation, etc.
  • Use of third-party browser add-ons, plug-ins or extensions could potentially have security weaknesses or flaws.