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Google Pay Replaces Android Pay and Google Wallet

Google's payment apps, Android Pay and Google Wallet, are going away, but not leaving users like you out in the cold. The two apps have been replaced by a new,…

You can send money with the Gmail app but not from everywhere

Google announced a new feature for its Gmail app for Android yesterday. Now, you can send money through the Gmail app. The entire process takes place within the app, and…

How mobile payment is boosting trade across Africa

However you look at it, mobile is a powerful, disruptive force. It is also a game changer in more ways than one. One field in which it is making a…

A Xiaomi mobile payment service is in the works

Mobile payment is apparently the new goldmine especially for mobile phone manufacturers. There is Apple Pay, there’s Samsung Pay, and now we have a new player entering the block. Popular…

3 questions to ask before using a mobile payment service

Is my money safe? Why should I put my card details on this website or application? These people must be scammers. These are the typical reactions of an average Nigerian…

The Rise of Mobile Payments In Nigeria

Earlier this week, we read that Uber has just launched a brand new wallet payment system in India. A lot of people in the tech ecosystem have been pontificating on…

You can now send money by SMS: Here’s how

Google Wallet has just made it easier to send money to anyone with a phone. Now you can send money to anyone in your contact list using just a phone…

LG launches her own mobile payment service

Following in the footsteps of Apple, Samsung and Google, South Korean electronics giant has launched her own mobile payment service. This one, like every other digital wallet would help it’s…

Updated! Android M to bring improved user experience

Google has released details of Android M, the next version of its mobile OS. Here are the key improvements that were unveiled at the 8th annual Google I/O yesterday (now…