Apple’s legal tension with Australian banks over Apple Pay restrictions remains taught, but a new development in the application may clarify some of the thornier issues involved.
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French leather goods maker Louis Vuitton’s embrace of the spirit of travel has earned it a spot on Apple’s “Best of 2016” mobile application list.
Mobile ticketing platform Fandango is taking a cue from consumer behavior and transforming the digital ticketing world by integrating further with mobile messaging, since movie going is typically a social experience.
The updated iMessage platform opens up a wide variety of opportunity for retailers looking to boost engagement with their apps.
GoDaddy is bringing Apple Pay to its Online Store platform, letting Web site owners who use its platform to accept mobile payments and increasing mobile sales.
Mobile Minutes: Apple’s MacBook Pro; Facebook’s memorials; Texting cows; Cheetah Mobile goes to EuropeNovember 15, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Apple’s new MacBook Pro: fast and light, but not for everyone; Facebook temporarily killed off a lot of its users; Your milk may soon come from cows that can text; Multi-billion Cheetah Mobile making move into Europe.
Apple is promoting the expansion of Apple Pay through holiday partnerships with some major brands, including Lululemon and the New York Times.
Today in mobile marketing – Seventy-five percent of internet use in 2017 will be mobile: report; What’s on your ballot? Facebook will show you; Jony Ive talks about putting the Apple “touch” on the MacBook Pro; Amazon comes up short on profits, focusing on warehouses and movies.
Today in mobile marketing – Report: Apple has made internal mockups of iMessage for Android; Could Amazon hit $1,000 a share?; Google halts Fiber rollout in some U.S. cities; Apple delays AirPods wireless headphones announced with iPhone 7.
Mobile Minutes: T-mobile a target; Silicon Valley gives up on cars; AT&T streaming; Big numbers for ride hailingOctober 26, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – T-Mobile seen as top target following AT&T-Time Warner deal; Silicon Valley decides it’s just too hard to build a car; AT&T will launch $35-per-month streaming TV with 100+ channels; Huge numbers for ride-hailing companies.