Having a form of authentication is very important for mobile payment apps, and fingerprint sensors are a lot easier than entering a PIN over and over. Now Galaxy Note 7 owners have another authentication option for Samsung Pay.
The latest update to Samsung Pay adds iris scanner support, allowing you to approve purchases in ... Read More »
Though many banks now support Android Pay, Chase has not offered any support for its cards in the mobile payment app, meaning that those with Chase cards have been left out. Thankfully, that’s about to change.
We knew that chase would eventually support Android Pay, but thanks to this leaked document, we have a ... Read More »
Android Pay is meant to be as simple as possible. You just unlock your phone, tap a sensor, and you’ve paid. Unfortunately, loyalty programs aren’t quite as easy. You still have to bring up your loyalty card and have the cashier scan a barcode.
Walgreens is changing that by becoming the first ... Read More »
Verizon is running a new promotion offering two gigabytes of free data for users of Android Pay. While 2GB doesn’t seem like much, and it’s only good for two billing cycles (and let’s be fair, it’ll likely be used up by then), it’s free!
The first time you use Android ... Read More »
We recently reported about the likely death of the Google Wallet physical card. Strings of text were found in the latest APK that clearly said that support for the card would end on June 30, while sign ups and adding money to your balance from a ... Read More »
The physical Google Wallet Card was an awesome idea. It’s a regular card like your debit card, but it’s filled using the Google Wallet app. You can use it for purchases without fees, and if it’s out of money, you pull out your phone and refill it. I always kept it empty and in my ... Read More »
A crowded market is only going to get even more crowded as time goes on, and mobile payments aren’t looking any different. Companies that might not have considered mobile payments as a viable means to buy goods just a couple of years ago are turning things around in a big way, and now the number ... Read More »
Samsung Pay launched not long ago, supported by a few new Samsung phones and AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile here in the United States. Missing, of course was Verizon, which didn’t come as much of a surprise to most people.
But ... Read More »
Samsung Pay is Samsung’s upcoming mobile payment system, an answer to Apple Pay and Android Pay, two services that are its biggest mobile competitors. However, we won’t be seeing the announced service anytime soon, as it’s been pushed back to the next high-end smartphone launch around September. This ... Read More »
Softcard was an interesting experiment formed by a few U.S. carriers to replace Google Wallet as the number one mobile payment system. Not that being number one helped Google, as it was the only one at the time. But with many deals and partnerships, Softcard was a decent service that would have been far better ... Read More »