Digital Wallet Options
Some digital wallets are dependent on the type of smartphone a person has, but there are also universal choices for all types of devices. Here are some popular wallet options.
PayPal One Touch™
The PayPal One Touch™ app is an extension of the usual services offered by PayPal. It enables users to make payments or transfer funds faster by allowing them to skip the login screen and eliminate the need to enter passwords. PayPal’s mobile wallet app can also be operated on a desktop, laptop, or tablet.
PayPal uses encryption and is one of the oldest digital wallets, where users can make payments online and transfer money. PayPal is available for both Android and Apple devices. Customers can also use and link their PayPal account with other digital wallets, including Apple Pay.
The Apple Pay digital app is streamlined and available exclusively for users of iPhones, iPads, and Apple watches. It allows users to make transactions for both online and in-store purchases. For in-store transactions, users can unlock their phones and hold them near a compatible point of sale system. The Apple Pay app enables a seamless and secure way of payments, providing ease of experience.
The Google Pay app enables users to make transactions on an app or any website using debit or credit card details saved to the users’ Google Account, Google Play, Chrome, YouTube, Android phones, and watches. The app also supports other electronic documents such as student ID, movie tickets, gift coupons, store cards, and transportation tickets.
Google Pay can be used on both Apple and Android devices, and businesses can link up loyalty rewards with Google Pay to build relationships with customers. Users can also access Google Pay online from any device, including a computer, by using the account holder's email address.
APCI Federal Credit is excited to announce the launch of Digital Wallet access for APCI FCU debit and credit cards available this summer!
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