Friday, February 19, 2016

BEST 3 WALLET APPS FOR SMARTPHONE

Wallet for iPhone or iPod Touch



Bu using wallet of iPhone you can keep credit, boarding passes, movie tickets, coupons, debit and more in one place.

When it’s about the passes, it will automatically access to location if it recognize. For example if you arrive at airport the boarding pass will appear. Just slide to display and scan your pass.

There are some quick ways to use: With iOS 9 and your iPhone 6

If you have a credit, debit, or store card in Wallet, or a rewards card that works with Apple Pay,           you can open Wallet by double-clicking the Home button. 
If you turned on Automatic Selection for a rewards pass or store credit card, you can use that               pass by holding your iPhone near the merchant's contactless reader with your finger on Touch             ID.
        If your pass doesn't appear on the Lock screen when you think it should, you can open Wallet             and select the pass to scan it. A pass won't appear for these reasons:
Location Services is off.
The Suggest on Lock Screen feature is turned off for that pass.
The merchant doesn't support this feature.

If you want automatic notifications for things like flight updates or coupons and sales for nearby stores, follow these steps:

1. Tap Settings > Notification Center > Wallet.
2. Turn on Alerts or Banner notifications.


Wallet for Samsung



Smartphone pay was heating up since 2012. After iPhone release their own pay system its push further ahead. Now Samsung is giving facilities for pay. 

Samsung Wallet is a one-stop digital destination for your tickets, membership cards and vouchers. Your wallet can be managed according to your interests and personal preferences.  

You can organize your wallet into three categories: tickets, membership cards and vouchers. You can also create personalized categories to better organize your items.

Android Pay



Android is the most easy & simple apps to pay with your android smartphone over 1 million store. 
Install Android Pay on any NFC-enabled Android device (KitKat 4.4+). Then add your credit and debit cards from any participating bank. You can view the full list here: https://goo.gl/inQlgf. Android Pay works with cards from many of the most popular US banks, including: American Express, Bank of America, Citi, Discover, Navy Federal Credit Union, PNC, Regions Bank, USAA, U.S. Bank and Wells Fargo - with Capital One coming soon.

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