Have you guys been jealous of Chase customers? Being able to deposit a check by simply taking a picture of it with your phone can be quite convenient, and it is a feature many of us (non-Chase bankers) have been waiting for. Well, this feature is now available with PayPal, covering a much wider crowd, ... Read More »
Back in October we briefly saw PayPal announce that they were partnering with Google to become a new payment option for the Android Market. Then the blog post quickly disappeared and we have heard nothing since.
PayPal and Google are now in a standoff, but we have no clue what they are fighting over. I’ve done my best ... Read More »
Late last night someone manning the PayPal Blog got a little overeager about the news that PayPal support was finally coming to the Android Market and hit that pesky little publish button before the official announcement could be made.
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Paypal should become a payment option in the Android Market later this month, according to a report from TheStreet. Sources familiar with the situation say the deal is already done and Paypal will announce it at their annual developers conference on October 26th.
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Back in May, we reviewed version 1 of the PayPal Android Application, finding it to be a relatively easy way to manage your PayPal account from your Android phone.
Yesterday, PayPal announced a major update to their application, which adds two cool new features as well as a complete redesign of the application UI.
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Paypal is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways to pay for things online, offering strict security encryption of your personal data and the convenience of being accepted at most major online retailers. Paypal is also a very good way for organizations or groups to accept donations, or for some employers to pay their ... Read More »
Those of you who use PayPal to buy things online will be pleased to know that the service is being added to the list of payment methods that the Android Market will start accepting. The move was announced during an informal meeting at PayPal’s Amsterdam headquarters, and looks to roll out for Android in Q2 ... Read More »