Apple Pay

  • Chinese social payments apps enter US market

    … Alipay has landed in the U.S. following its do-everything social payments competitor WeChat, who moved in last week, signaling the start of a payments arms race here. Alipay, China’s dominant mobile payments company under Ant Financial, signed a deal Monday with First Data, the U.S. card processing giant, that will allow Chinese tourists…

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  • USA Technologies Links With Apple Pay to Offer Rewards on the Go

    … USA Technologies Links With Apple Pay to Offer Rewards on the Go January 5, 2017 by Lainie Rowland Leave a Comment Filed Under: News USA Technologies, which serves cashless and mobile transactions in self-serve retail, announced this morning that it has integrated its rewards program with Apple Pay. Going forward, when consumers use Apple…

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  • Survey: Android Pay Tops List of Mobile Payment Apps Among U.S. Consumers

    … they have used Android Pay to purchase a product in a store. Android Pay was followed by retailer mobile apps at 12 percent of users and Apple Pay at 11 percent of users. The report showed that the number of Android mobile payment users held steady from last year, while the number of Apple Pay users increased from 4 percent last year. When asked…

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  • Fluent: 8% of Americans Own an Apple Watch

    …. Fluent found that 79 percent of surveyed Apple Watch owners use their device for health and fitness monitoring, as well as to access notifications. Other popular uses include listening to music (75 percent of respondents), accessing email and chat services (66 percent), playing games (63 percent), making purchases with Apple Pay (61 percent…

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  • Street Fight Hyperlocal Analyst Predictions for 2016

    With 2015 drawing to a close, it’s time again to look ahead to what we can expect in the hyperlocal space in 2016. This year, we did things a little differently. We invited our regular analyst contributors to 1) weigh in on what they felt would be a “sure thing” in the coming year, 2) offer a prediction on something that might get big (but might not happen), and 3) identify so ...

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