If your like me you have accidentally launch Samsung Pay several times. At first I could not figure out how I was even doing it.
(As seen in the video, I use the Pixel-esq no navigation buttons setup, where I swipe up for apps, swipe up and pause for recent programs, and swipe from left or right...
Industry tracker WiseApp reports that Samsung Pay’s monthly users in South Korea have reached almost 7 million. Its data shows that 6.94 million users with Samsung’s Android smartphones used its mobile payments service at least once a month. The number has steadily increased over the past few...
After its successful launch in many parts of the world, Samsung Pay is now coming to Mexico. Mexico is the second Latin American country, after Brazil in July 2016, to get Samsung Pay. Samsung says the service is now available in 20 global markets with this launch.
Samsung has built a feature for Samsung Pay that allows users to view a list of all their past transactions and share them to various social networks, including Facebook and Twitter, according to a patent spotted on KIPRIS’ database.
Samsung Pay Story, which the firm describes as a “system for...
Samsung Pay is now available in Mexico. To use Samsung Pay in Mexico, you'll need a Galaxy Note8, an S8, an S8+, an S7 edge, an S7, a Note5, an S6 edge+, a J7 Pro, a J5 Pro, an A720, an A710, an A520, an A510, or an A320.
Samsung Pay is getting a new update in India today, following one just three weeks ago. With the latest version, users will be able to use their Samsung phone to pay at merchants that support the country’s UPI payment system by scanning barcodes.
Samsung Pay has been updated with support for Banco Bradesco, one of the largest financial institutions in Brazil, bringing it in line with competitors Banco do Brasil, Banco Inter, Banrisul, Caixa Econômica Federal, Porto Seguro, Santander and Neon.
Samsung has confirmed that Samsung Pay in India has added over 1 million new users in just over a month. India is one of the top three markets globally for Samsung Pay, the service has been rolled out in 20 markets so far. South Korea and Russia are the top two markets for Samsung Pay.
Samsung has started pushing out a new update to its mobile payments app Pay. Currently rolling out in India, the update brings along support for Android Oreo OS, a tell that they're preparing to deliver the update.
One of our Galaxy S8 units is receiving a Samsung Pay update that adds support for Oreo. This particular device is located in Sweden, and given the beta program usually starts in Europe and South Korea first, the update could be hitting these regions first.
Samsung Pay has emerged as the most favored mobile payment solution in South Korea as per a new survey by the Korea Consumer Agency. The mobile payments solution emerged victorious with a score of 3.78 points on a scale of 1 to 5.
Samsung has now inked a similar deal with WeChat Pay. It has now made Samsung Pay compatible with two of the largest mobile payment platforms in the country. This should, in theory, give a boost to Samsung Pay in China.
Samsung has now revealed that Samsung Pay has processed an accumulated transaction volume of 10 trillion won or $8.76 billion in South Korea. This goes to show that Samsung’s mobile payment service continues to see significant growth in the country.
Samsung has extended its mobile payment platform to smartwatches in the United Kingdom. Starting today, customers can use Samsung Pay on their Samsung Gear S3 to pay for goods in brick-and-mortar stores, but seeing as the platform doesn’t support MST in the region, it’ll only work with NFC...