The good news is, you can still use PNC Mobile for everything. You can transfer funds from your checking account directly into your savings, and credit card accounts. You can even use the Android checkbook to pay bills, and make gifts online through PayPal. The only thing that stops you from being able to use the PNC mobile app for everything is the crashing of the app itself. This problem has been present since the start of the Android apps, and still persists today.
It would be best if Google could fix this problem once and for all. They could prevent people from accessing the PNC mobile deposit app unless they were logged into their banking account when they were meant to. They could also prevent people from sending money to people that they do not know if they are supposed to receive money, or they are trying to send money to a person that does not exist. This would eliminate a lot of fraudulent transactions on the part of the bank customers themselves, and would help to protect the financial security of everyone in the world. If Google wants people to send money to one another, and they ban the one thing that makes that possible, then they do not have much of a business. They do not sell a product that people want to buy, and they do not make any money off of it anyway.