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Android Pay vs. Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay

In this Aug. 6. 2015, photo, a Samsung employee demonstrates Samsung Pay using a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
In this Aug. 6. 2015, photo, a Samsung employee demonstrates Samsung Pay using a Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in New York. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

 
(WT VOX) — The world is changing fast. The number of digital forms of payment systems is on the rise. These forms of payments have similarities and differences that can get the users confused. Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, all come with pluses and minuses.

The mobile payments are clearly the step forwards and the time has come to compare the top mobile payment providers on the market in 2015. Let’s begin, in alphabetical order top 3 mobile payments in the world:

Android Pay

Technology – NFC. Token-based system that protects user data during transactions.

How Does It Work
– Stores any debit/credit card informations (take a photo of the card, that’s all) and allows quick payments at pre-enrolled point-of-sale as well as within certain apps. When you want to buy something in a supported story, simply tap on your smartphone and pay.

 

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