The mega etailer is building out its cashless Amazon Pay function to allow customers digital wallet transactions at brick-and-mortar retailers like restaurants and gas stations, hoping to compete with Google and Apple's digital in-store payment options
With Apple Pay, concert-goers receive incentives like reduced prices or freebies like water to demonstrate the advantages of using the electronic payment service and promote wider adoption of it
Dropzones enable customers to buy online from physical locations
In a partnership with Shell, the system enables drivers to use PayPal or Apple Pay via their vehicle's touchscreen
Apple's and Google's competition is stiffening up as new payment systems crop up left, right and center. But who's coming out on top?
Advancements by mobile payment systems like Apple Pay are helping digital wallets compete with traditional ones
PSFK’s Future of Retail Report 2015 explains mobile method of payment to streamline purchases and help retailers Kill The Checkout