Apple Pay now available on Android and iOS devices — Axios
Apple Pay is now available for Android and Apple’s iOS devices.
The news comes as the company announced a new Apple Watch app and redesigned iMessage app, but Apple Pay will be available for both devices.
Apple Pay is currently available on iPhones and iPads.
The company recently announced the iPhone X and iPhone XS models, and the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are expected to be available on September 18.
Apple Watch users can also use Apple Pay on the Apple Watch Face app, and Apple Pay can be used on Apple Pay-enabled phones that are connected to an Apple Watch.
Apple says Apple Pay users can use Apple Watch in two ways: by purchasing a credit card or signing up for a new credit card.
Apple Pay requires an Apple ID, and is only available on Apple Watch purchases.
The Apple Watch is compatible with Apple Pay through the Apple Pay app on Android phones and the Google Wallet app on iOS devices, and there is no limit to the number of Apple Pay cards that can be redeemed.
Apple also launched Apple Pay in the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2018, with Apple Watch 2 coming out in late 2019.
Apple has been working to bring Apple Pay to other markets since the first Apple Watch was launched in October 2016.
In 2018, Apple Pay was added to the U and UK Pay systems and in 2019, Apple added it to Apple Pay for the Apple TV.
In 2020, Apple also introduced a new payment system, Apple Wallet, that let customers make purchases and use credit cards at the same time.