Apple has now integrated the support for PayPal, the online transaction gateway, for purchases via its ecosystem. These purchases can be done on the App Store, iTunes, iBooks, and Apple Music across iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch gadgets utilizing a PayPal account.
The PayPal support is on hand for customers in Britain, the U.S., Mexico, Canada, Austria, Australia, Germany, France, Italy, Israel, Spain, and the Netherlands.
“This offers a versatile and secure transaction way to meet the rising demand for digital entertainment,” COO and Executive Vice President of PayPal, Bill Ready, claimed to the media in an interview as well as posted on a blog post this week.
“Availability of PayPal across various services of Apple further develops our dream of offering users a range of methods to make mobile purchases with no trouble, such as requesting Siri to make a transaction utilizing the PayPal app,” Ready further added while talking to the media.
The decision is viewed as a break for Apple customers as they can carry out purchases by merely signing into an account as a substitute to filling out card data over and over again.
Users with an existing or new Apple ID can choose PayPal as their method of payment in the Apple Music, App Store, iBooks, and iTunes from their account settings on iTunes from their PCs or from their iPads, iPhones, Macs, and iPod touch.
Once PayPal is chosen, all forthcoming purchases with the Apple ID of the user will be charged by default to their PayPal account.
This comprises purchases of music, apps, TV shows, movies, books as well as subscriptions of iCloud storage and Apple Music.
The new option of payment, which brings One Touch of PayPal to Apple ID accounts, permits for easy purchasing from all devices of Apple, comprising Apple Watch and Apple TV.
Well, Apple has been in limelight for quite a long time. Firstly, for the launch of its most successful iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones! And now for the introduction of PayPal! Moving on, people all over the world have their eyes on the upcoming iPhone.