Apple (AAPL-US) has slowly rolled out its Tap to Pay payment service on the iPhone, and with the addition of Dutch payments company Adyen, platforms such as Nike, G-Star and Burton can use the service in stores.
Adyen gives its business partners access to Tap to Pay on the iPhone, and now businesses don’t have to go through complicated registration or hardware, just an iPhone can accept Apple Pay or card tap to pay.
Businesses that have obtained Tap to Pay on iPhone through Adyen include Vince, Burton, G-Star, Scotch & Soda, Nike, Fresh and Lightspeed Commerce Inc. The service is available today in the US, and Adyen affiliated partners outside the US can apply.
“The new features will change the way consumers and businesses view mobile payments,” said Kamran Zaki, Chief Operating Officer of Adyen. “Tap to Pay on iPhone is easy to use and leverages the iPhone’s built-in security features to protect the privacy and privacy of business and customer data.” safety.”
Tap to Pay on iPhone offers a variety of business benefits, including easy installation, a fast checkout experience, and a secure payment method, while also making on-site payments easier by eliminating the need for a hardware device.
However, Tap to Pay adoption has been slow, and Shopify was the first to fully support the service. Stripe and Square are in beta testing with partners and are expected to roll out later this year.