Apple Pay Cash is giving Venmo a run for its money. The handy new feature allows you to quickly send and receive payments directly from the Messages app. Here's the easiest way to set up and use Apple Pay cash on your favorite device.
Apple Pay is Apple's mobile payment service, one that lets you forgo the need to input 16-digit numbers and swipe a physical card. Here's how to set it up on your iOS, MacOS, or WatchOS device, and where you can use it.
While Apple Pay Cash does allow immediate availability of funds at any location where Apple Pay is accepted, transferring funds to your bank account involves a little more legwork. It's now available to all iOS users.
Greenlight -- a smart debit card service that gives parents control over how much their children spend and where -- officially supports Apple Pay. The smart card can now be used internationally in over 120 countries.
Raise, a digital exchange for gift cards, is making it easier than ever to get rid of unwanted certificates -- and buy them at a discount. A redesigned app supports new payment methods, POS systems, and more.
Thanks to a partnership with First Data, China's Alipay has announced an expansion into the United States, and will be available at 4 million locations. The service is targeted at Chinese customers that travel.
Apple is getting serious about expanding its digital wallet service into money transfers, and could announce the service later this year. The feature would transform Apple Pay into a competitor to apps like Venmo.
NFC is catching on in several ways, and will only become more commonplace in the future. Here's everything you need to know about the burgeoning technology, including how it impacts your future purchases and file-sharing practices.
Banks must negotiate with Apple individually, not as a collective, according to a ruling by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. Due to anti-cartel laws, they must come to their own agreements.