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How Important is Apple Pay on the Web?

How Important is Apple Pay on the Web?

by June 14, 2016 at 4:53 pm 1 comment

Yesterday, Apple announced a number of features for both iOS and its desktop operating system, renamed macOS, but the one that struck the payments community was the announcement that Apple Pay was moving to Safari on both desktop and mobile. Just how important is this development, however? The payments community thinks thisRead More

Chase Amps Up Personalization as It Preps Android Fingerprint Login

Chase Amps Up Personalization as It Preps Android Fingerprint Login

by March 7, 2016 at 6:20 pm 1 comment

At JPMorgan Chase & Co., fingerprints and personalization are key next steps in its retail banking innovation evolution. Apple TouchID may get all the press, but authentication via fingerprint also exists for Android devices, and the feature will go live for Chase customers on those devices at the end of this month.Read More

U.S. Bank to Add TouchID to Its iOS App in March

U.S. Bank to Add TouchID to Its iOS App in March

by January 25, 2016 at 10:39 am 1 comment

U.S. Bank mobile customers: Get your thumbs ready. The fifth-largest bank in the nation will add TouchID biometric capabilities to its mobile app in March. U.S. Bank is a participant in Bank Innovation INV, Bank Innovation’s fintech accelerator that launched last week. The company made the disclosure as part of a notable iOSRead More

Navy Federal Ups the Ante with Ambitious App Update

Navy Federal Ups the Ante with Ambitious App Update

by December 1, 2015 at 12:26 pm 0 comments

Navy Federal Credit Union recently released an updated mobile app that does, well, pretty much everything. Call it the “kitchen sink” update. Released Nov. 18, the updated 5.0 version of the app puts the country’s largest credit union on par — if not slightly ahead of — the largest banks in termsRead More

Apple’s P2P Service Could Be a Play to Win Banks Over to TouchID

Apple’s P2P Service Could Be a Play to Win Banks Over to TouchID

by November 13, 2015 at 11:57 am 1 comment

Apple is doubling down on payments, but it may actually be about authentication. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant is expected to launch a peer-to-peer money transfer service sometime in 2016, according to a report this week from the Wall Street Journal. Apple is no stranger to P2P — it filedRead More

FreshBooks in Deal with Apple

by June 23, 2015 at 9:42 am 0 comments

Apple has decided that it is working with FreshBooks “to deliver a made-for-business app” to small businesses. FreshBooks, in an announcement today, did not offer specifics on what exactly it was doing with Apple. However, it did point out that, “In its Q2 2015 earnings call, Apple announced it is workingRead More

A Tidal Wave of Payments Fraud Wells Up

A Tidal Wave of Payments Fraud Wells Up

by June 5, 2015 at 11:49 am 0 comments

The financial services industry is racing toward faster payments, driven, we’re told, by consumer demand. But consumers are not likely to be aware of the resources banks need to devote to fighting fraud, and that spend will only increase as payments speed up. Dwolla caused a stir this week byRead More

JPMorgan Chase Introduces TouchID for iOS [VIDEO]

JPMorgan Chase Introduces TouchID for iOS [VIDEO]

by June 1, 2015 at 12:58 pm 0 comments

JPMorgan Chase joined American Express, USAA, Simple and Discover in offering TouchID on its iOS app Saturday. The video below explains the enrollment process. TouchID is no longer new, debuting in September 2013 with the iPhone 5S, but when the largest bank in the country adopts it for consumers, it canRead More

Amex Gives TouchID a Vote of Confidence for Biz Cards

Amex Gives TouchID a Vote of Confidence for Biz Cards

by December 4, 2014 at 10:33 am 1 comment

In updating its core cards app for iOS late Tuesday, American Express has given a thumbs up to TouchID security for business cards.

Here’s How TouchID Works In iOS 8

by July 1, 2014 at 11:44 am 1 comment

Developers have already started integrating Touch ID into their apps. Check out the videos here.