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Apple’s Touch ID Feature Getting Integrated with PayPal’s Mobile Apps Soon

PayPal is planning to use the Touch ID of iPhone 5S to verify users and make online payment

Jun 7 2014, 9:32pm CDT | by

Apple’s Touch ID Feature Getting Integrated with PayPal’s Mobile Apps Soon
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Apple’s Touch ID is going to be used extensively, as a new report reveals that PayPal, the biggest name in the world of online payment system, is looking to integrate it with different apps.

The news has been revealed by Mac Rumors, stating that PayPal is thinking about verifying users and authorize online transactions applying the Touch ID. At present, the specific component is only being used for unlocking the iPhone and buying different items from the iTunes Store.

Apple revealed the Touch ID API on Monday for the very first time, consequently paving a way for the third-parties to associate it with their apps. The PayPal developers were also present on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference on Thursday, as confirmed by the company’s senior officer Anuj Nyar.

It will be really great to get the Touch ID integrated with PayPal, as it will create a more advanced way of making online payment.

 

 

 
 
 


Ehsanul Haque Kanan is covering consumer electronics with passion. He is especially an avid follower of all things Apple.

 

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