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PayPal Updates App To Make Onsite Purchases Easy

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PayPal recently announced a major update to its iOS and Android apps creating a more seamless experience when paying for items in stores and retail outlets. Beyond just the features, the app has been redesigned to make it easier to pay using various stored accounts at different stores (ie bank accounts and credit cards). The PayPal app also has a new tab called 'Shop', which you can use to find shops or restaurants nearby that accept PayPal payments. Leena Rao talks with Hill Ferguson VP of Global Product of PayPal who demos their new payment app. Subscribe to TechCrunch today: http://goo.gl/eg167 TechCrunch is a leading technology media property, dedicated to obsessively profiling startups, reviewing new Internet products, and breaking tech news.
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m de (5 months ago)
I have a PayPal app but I don't have this future
Bernard Mills (1 year ago)
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The Survivalist (1 year ago)
The only stores I see in app are Autozone and Dollar General, all other businesses are gone now! There use to be an option in the PayPal Here app, for listing your store, that also is now gone! None of those functions shown in this video work anymore!
Sky King Reaper (4 years ago)
can you buy groceries at the store
mitchtheh4x0r (3 years ago)
@ dollar General and home depot yes I think so
gItte vogel (4 years ago)
Gitte Vogel (2 years ago)
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PK_Haseo (4 years ago)
"NFC" would be nice an easy!
Katze (5 years ago)
Still say NFC is easier, and it's everywhere, even small takeaway shops. PayPal add NFC.
schizowallflower (5 years ago)
There's a local hot dog stand where I live that's on the list in the PayPal app and it has a phone icon next to their name meaning, according to this video, I can pay with my phone. But they don't have the stuff on their end to complete the transaction. So I don't know why they're on the list.
Shlomo Ovadya (5 years ago)
I do almost all of my transactions through paypal, because of the online stores I run, and I just don't see the point in this advancement. Paypal already offers free debit cards, that function just like normal debit cards, and they accepted almost everywhere. Maybe I am missing some key feature? But why would you use this instead of just ordering the card for the account? Not hating, just confused as to the target market for this product.

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