PayPal has announced that it is going to let users transfer Bitcoin to third-party wallets. Here are all the details on this.
PayPal will now let you pay for goods online with Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin. Here are all the details on this.
Customers can now buy products online from the Apple Store using PayPal. Previously available as a payment option for purchases made through the App Store and iTunes, PayPal could only be used for buying digital goods, but this seems to have changed now.
With WWDC rolling along quite nicely, there's been a lot of talk about how developers would use some of the newly announced tools that were announced during the big opening keynote. One of those announcements was that Apple was going to open Touch ID for use by third-party developers in iOS 8, and that immediately got people thinking.
PayPal is a great service itself and is remarkable to use, but their mobile apps for both iOS and Android, unfortunately aren’t - or maybe wasn’t, taking into account version 5.0 that has been rolled out today for both the smartphone platforms. The new and improved app brings much needed changes to the online payment portal on your phone or tablet, and we’ll be taking a look at the new offerings right after the break.
Quite a bit of attention has been paid to the Windows Phone platform over the last few days. First, we had Samsung using their time at the IFA trade show in Berlin to introduce us to the Windows Phone 8 powered ATIV S smartphone, which both Samsung and Microsoft will be hoping to be a commercial success. Additionally, we have also seen a joint collaboration between Nokia and Microsoft, in which we witnessed the unveiling of the Lumia 820 and 920 devices that will feature Windows Phone 8 and bring a number of notable benefits to users.
Last week, we informed you that an update to PayPal app on iPhone would soon allow you to capture (front and back side) photographs of your check to deposit it instantly. That update has been released today!
Everything is getting smarter these days. Today, PayPal - the e-commerce business allowing payments and money transfers to be made through the Internet - announced that they will soon start accepting check deposits with iPhone.