By replacing the “Buy” button with Apple Pay, Groupon now provides an express checkout where new customers can purchase a deal with a single tap. For new users, Groupon seamlessly creates an account when they make their first purchase.
By defaulting all users with an eligible device to Apple Pay when they relaunched their app, the DoorDash team removed friction from the checkout experience for new users and added the security and privacy of Apple Pay for existing users.
OpenTable built an innovative experience for its customers and enabled restaurants to provide better hospitality for their guests by eliminating the hassle of the credit card back-and-forth — it’s all taken care of when the reservation is made in OpenTable. Since customers can settle their tab with just one tap using Apple Pay, many more diners have tried the new experience.
Trainline added the ability to set up Apple Pay right from the app. Users can also use the card associated with their iTunes or App Store account as as a simpler alternative to provisioning a card in the Trainline app.
By offering Apple Pay right on the list view, customers can complete a transaction in just one tap. With Apple Pay, there’s no need for payment method selection or data entry, resulting in an optimal customer experience and more contributions.
With Apple Pay, customers can buy directly from the product detail page. There is no need to add to a cart or fill out a lengthy form to complete a purchase, making it much faster than other methods.
Adding the Apple Pay button to every product detail page means customers can quickly make a purchase. Apple Pay provides a customer’s current payment information, shipping address, shipping method, and contact information so they can check out without filling out lengthy forms. With a better first time experience, customers come back more frequently.
The most popular payment solution providers like payment gateways, merchant acquirers, and more are integrating Apple Pay. Here are some of the solution providers you can start working with today.*
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