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Topic: Android Pay


13

Jun

State of the in-app payment experience

 

‘Aaarghh – why are they asking me for all this, all I want is to pay!’

I am often heard growling something along those lines (swearing omitted), when I try to complete a payment from my phone.

As the UX lead at Judopay, when faced with poor checkout experiences – that, I some years ago might have accepted as the painful way of things – now invoke similar reactions in me as when my older relatives are having ‘computer problems’, blood pressure included. read more


23

Mar

Android Pay set to launch in the UK

 

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After launching in the US last year, Android Pay™ is finally coming to the UK. It has enormous potential to make 2016 a very significant year for mobile payments. Android has a 51.9 %* market share in the UK which means millions of Android users will now be able to pay for things quickly and securely with just a single tap, whether in-store or in-app.

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02

Jun

Boring but important: What Google’s Android Pay will mean for mobile commerce

Late last week, Google held its annual developer conference, dubbed I/O 15, where the data-obsessed tech giant unveiled the much expected Android Pay.  In short, Google has matched the offering of Apple Pay™ allowing consumers to pay easily and securely both in store (using NFC) and in-app (using fingerprint authentication).  Android Pay was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress in March following the acquisition of Softcard from a consortium of US TelCo operators.

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