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Chase app update adds ability to request new cards, prevent card blocks when traveling, and more

Thursday, December 7th, 2017

Mobile banking is great. You can deposit checks and move money around, all without having to go to a physical bank location. Chase is now adding even more features to its app, including the ability to request new cards when they're lost or stolen and to prevent card blocks when you travel.

There are actually some pretty neat additions here. Here's the full changelog:

WHAT'S NEW

  • Request a new Chase credit or debit card if it was damaged or got lost.
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Chase app update adds ability to request new cards, prevent card blocks when traveling, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google’s Tez app will soon be able to process bill payments

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

A couple of months back, Google introduced a brand new mobile payments app exclusive to India. The country's banking landscape is a little different to many of the territories that currently have access to Android Pay, and so it needed a different approach. Until now, Tez has only been able to pay participating merchants or transfer between users, but it will soon be possible to pay utility bills, too.

According to Google, Tez has handled 140 million transactions in its first ten weeks and has more than 525,000 businesses signed on to accept payments.

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Google's Tez app will soon be able to process bill payments was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Facebook Messenger payments are now available in the UK and France

Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

Facebook Messenger users in the United States have been able to send money to each other from within the app for quite some time, and that same functionality is now finally making its way to other territories. If you're lucky enough to live in the UK or France, the Send Money feature should be available to you soon, rolling out over the next few weeks.

It's unclear why it's taken the Facebook Messenger team more than two years to launch these P2P payments outside the US, but at least they're here now.

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Facebook Messenger payments are now available in the UK and France was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Pay adds Monzo in the UK, but only for current account holders

Wednesday, October 25th, 2017

If you're outside the UK, you're unlikely to have heard of Monzo. It's a so-called challenger bank, one of the several startups attempting to disrupt the banking industry in the UK. It's all based around its excellent app – there are no branches. It's pretty popular, too, with the majority of my London-based friends seemingly signed up for the service.

To begin with it was just a prepaid MasterCard that you would need to top up from your normal bank account.

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Android Pay adds Monzo in the UK, but only for current account holders was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Synchrony Financial] Android Pay adds 14 new institutions in the United States

Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

Android Pay is always striving to add new banks and credit unions, and in the case of the United States there's an awful lot to get through. Just recently, 24 new institutions were added to the service, and now a further 16 have also made the cut.

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[Update: Synchrony Financial] Android Pay adds 14 new institutions in the United States was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Android Pay adds 16 new institutions in the United States

Monday, October 2nd, 2017

Android Pay is always striving to add new banks and credit unions, and in the case of the United States there's an awful lot to get through. Just recently, 24 new institutions were added to the service, and now a further 16 have also made the cut. You should be notified by your bank when they add support for Android Pay to your card, but just in case, why not take a look at the list to see if you're one of the lucky ones.

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Android Pay adds 16 new institutions in the United States was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Google is readying a new payment service for India called Tez

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Android Pay has become a popular method of digital payment since its launch in the US and Europe. It hasn't been launched in India, however, where the mobile payments landscape is a bit different. A government-endorsed platform called UPI (Universal Payments Interface) is widely used in India, with banks, e-commerce sites, and even tech companies like WhatsApp and Truecaller launching payment services based on it, hoping to grab a slice of the lucrative pie.

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Google is readying a new payment service for India called Tez was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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