Following the recent launches of both Samsung and Android Pay in the US, mobile payments are quickly gaining traction. But to ensure a new payment method remains popular with consumers, it is important to understand why and where they would use it.
For example, nearly half of US consumers who use mobile payments say they use it for quick-checkout, clearly showing that speed is a very important factor in a payment method.
Applications are the most popular purchases on mobile devices with 22 per cent downloading them.
This handy infographic from Application Developers Alliance breaks down the rest of the data about mobile payments.
New data from Worldpay, which surveyed 4,000 shoppers in Europe, shows the continent is becoming more tech-savvy and a keen adopter of new payment technology.
Berlin neo bank N26 talks new products, UK launch and the advantages of being based in Berlin.
Just under twenty percent of all card purchases are now being made on contactless cards, according to new data from the UK Cards Association.
In this guest blog, Apriva's SVP, Stacey Tappin, talks about the evolving payment interactions and the increasing importance of providing a cohesive consumer experience across all channels.