Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Everyone Wants Apple Pay for Their Own Company: Android Pay Becomes Real

Apple Pay is a mobile payment system that was officially released in the U.S. in October 2014. It happened along with iOS 8.1.2 update for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus as both smartphones support this option. Now different companies that are impressed with Apple financial success seem to know only one word ‘Pay’ when naming their own services [such as Android Pay or Samsung Pay].

According to devs, Android Pay is already real and fully functioning. First Apple, then Samsung and now Google are all using the well-known word to jump on board of mobile payment market. Google officially announced its Android Pay deal during Mobile World Congress. The company promises that its mobile payment will differ from Wallet, Apple and Samsung services.

As reports mention, this third ‘Pay’ system will be a big platform for different mobile payments allowing developers to access it through applications. At the same time, this different service will still remind of… you have guessed it, Apple Pay as it will also store payment information for users on their gadgets and provide with security and even fingerprint scanning.

Are you curious about all the Pay mobile payments that will enter the market soon? Customers will get even more choices, but only the time can show if this interesting word can bring success to each company that uses it.


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