With there being so many mobile payment platforms to choose from, it’s safe to say that users are kind of spoilt for choice. Not to mention there are some retailers who refuse to cater to any of the existing platforms and instead choose to create their own mobile payments solution. Then there are also tech companies who would rather keep their payments systems exclusive to their own devices.
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Apple is sharing its latest Apple Pay promotion today with users via email. This week, the company has partnered with Instacart to offer free grocery delivery.
For the last few months, Apple has been offering regular promotions to entice customers to use Apple Pay within various apps.
A new report from Loup Ventures estimates that only 16% of global iPhone users have turned on Apple Pay. That leaves Apple with plenty of room to grow the service over the next 3-5 years. Active users have doubled in the past year, transactions have tripled and online merchant adoption has increased by about 50%, according to Loup. Here's some highlights from the report: ● We checked the Top 100 retailers in the U.S
Apple Pay has an estimated 127 million active global users — representing an increase of more than double the 62 million who used it this time last year, a new report claims. While Apple hasn’t given exact figures for its mobile payments service, the figures are based on conclusion drawn by analyst Gene Munster, based
Apple Pay used by estimated 127M users globally, but analyst claims only 16 percent of iPhones used for payments
Apple Pay is continuing to grow year-on-year, according to research by Loup Ventures, but while the adoption rate for Apple Pay by its users has reportedly jumped, it is claimed the mobile payments service is still being used by a relatively small ...
As per the numbers posted by analyst firm Loup Ventures, Apple Pay had around 127 million users globally at the end of 2017. In comparison, the service had around 62 million users at the end of 2016. When one accounts for the 795 million active iPhones out there, this means that Apple Pay has around 16 percent adoption.
Apple said during recent earnings calls that the number of active Apple Pay users had doubled year-on-year, with transactions more than tripling – but didn’t reveal any numbers.
This morning, Loup Ventures shared new information on Apple Pay adoption, estimating that there were 127 million global Apple Pay users by the end of 2017, a jump from 62 million the previous year. Given that there are about 795 million active iPhones around the world, this means that about 16 percent of iPhone owners have activated Apple Pay.
Google has launched Google Pay, their answer to the highly successful Apple Pay mobile app. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez). Comment. By Thomas Erik Bascome · firstname.lastname@example.org. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- In an effort to keep pace with the wildly ...