Google has been slowly adding features to Wallet in recent months. Few of these new additions were all that exciting by themselves, but it does show how Google has been shifting the service. If you remember back, Google Wallet
We aren't sure many people are using Google Wallet Tap & Pay, much less using it on a regular basis. For one, the places to use it are somewhat limited. Not to mention, device support hasn't been all that great. And to add a bit
When it comes to mobile payments, we’ve long been frustrated by the lack of utility. Google Wallet has been blocked in favor of other services like Isis, with many credit card companies wary of the service altogether. Using
Mobile payment solutions don’t have a needed standard, or even a real market leader. Isis, the payment solution spearheaded by Verizon, wants to be that frontrunner. Like all others, it’s seeing implementation issues, but a
Google has recently shared details on the latest update for Wallet, and this one expands upon what we have been seeing with earlier updates. The latest Google Wallet update will be dealing with loyalty program cards.
Not content with trying to give consumers new and unconventional ways of paying for smartphones and Internet, T-Mobile now wants to go deeper into your wallet, literally. Its new Mobile Money service wants to redefine the way you
The latest Google Wallet app update has hit the Play Store. Essentially, this brings the Play Store version of the Wallet up up to what Nexus 5 users had, at least feature wise. The version numbers are different. The Nexus 5 has
Isis mobile payments are now available nationwide. The mobile payment solution launched with support for three of the four major US carriers and will work with select devices and at select retail locations. The carrier support
Google Wallet has had its share of troubles. First carriers refused to include it, citing security concerns. Payment centers were hard to come by as well, with many point-of-sale terminals supporting NFC payments, but not Wallet.
Boku, a mobile billing platform, has teamed up with Passport Parking to provide users the ability to pay for parking via SMS. Simply by pulling into a space and texting the number provided, your cell phone bill will reflect any