PayPal has grown since being spun off from eBay and continues to push ahead in mobile, but whether or not this is enough to remain competitive with Apple Pay and others is still unclear.
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Global remittances represent an estimated $600 billion opportunity, yet today this primarily cash-based system of sending money abroad can be time-consuming, insecure and expensive.
Financial institutions need to move soon if they are to secure a role in the quickly growing mobile wallet space now that PayPal and Visa have become the preferred providers among consumers, according to a new report from Javelin Research.
Apple is reportedly planning to bring Apple Pay to the mobile Web before the year is out, a move that could reduce mcommerce friction and threaten PayPal’s dominant role.
PayPal’s latest update to its application includes a new home screen designed to make it faster and easier for users to access their most important account information and take popular actions, such as send payments.
Although PayPal has been heralded as an easy-to-use payment service with a high adoption rate among merchants and consumers alike, the platform’s users have a 14 percent lower conversion rate on mobile than those who pay by credit card, suggesting that retailers are using the wrong approach.
Mobile Minutes: Facebook’s live video; PayPal opens Venmo; T-Mobile’s video streaming; Shazam distributes songsJanuary 29, 2016
Today in mobile marketing – Facebook opens live video to U.S. Apple app users; PayPal opens Venmo to businesses but don’t expect it to be a cash cow, yet; T-Mobile adds Amazon Prime Video, Univision Now to Binge On; Shazam tests new waters: distributing songs.
PayPal’s multichannel payment solution One Touch has generated more than 10 million users in its first eight months, alluding to a potentially promising future as a mobile payment competitor.
PayPal is tightening its integration with bricks-and-mortar retailers CVS and Rite Aid by expanding a two-year-old cash loading service to the PayPal application for the iPhone.
Shoppers this holiday season continue to show preference for PayPal and mobile banking applications when choosing to use mobile payments in-store, according to a survey conducted in early December by Retale.