Last year, Google confirmed that it was working to add support for Visa Checkout and Masterpass to Android Pay. The aim was to have the services integrated in early 2017, but that release window slipped. The feature is now live in Android Pay.
Along with the announcement of the Galaxy S8, Samsung also announced that Samsung Pay would be usable for online payments thanks to some new partnerships. The company just published a new blog post that talks about this partnership with Visa.
Google has just rolled out a new update for Android Pay that brings it up to version 1.13. In an APK teardown of this update, we can see that Google may add support for PayPal cards soon, and they could enable payments with Visa Checkout too.
With the Starbucks app (associated with a Starbucks rewards account), a Visa credit or debit card, and a Visa Checkout account, then you can get $10 in free Starbucks credit. All you have to do is use Visa Checkout to load $10 onto your account and then you'll get another $10 for free.
Google has announced a partnership with Visa and Mastercard for online payments. Users can now integrate Android Pay with their Visa Checkout and Mastcard Masterpass accounts. This gives you easy and secure one-click checkouts at sites which support the services.
Uber is introducing a new permanent Local Offers feature that will offer ridesharing discounts to Visa card owners.
Shopping at participating stores with the Visa credit card linked to your Uber account will give you a point per dollar spent. At 100 points, you'll get $10 off on your next ride.
Digital Spy is reporting that Samsung Pay won't be using MST technology when it launches in the UK. The reason suggested is that Visa Europe -- the biggest major credit card company partner for Samsung Pay -- has worked to retire the ancient magnetic card swipe method in the region over the...
Retailers and service providers with Android Phones can now use Shopify to sell their wares directly to customers through a new accessory and Android app support.
The publicly traded company initially launched with iOS support hoping to take on rival Square. Their card reader - which accepts...