Samsung, Apple's arch-enemy, might be working hard to get out its mobile payment system users iPhone. Apparently, the South Korean company is accelerating its work so that Samsung Pay is available on the iPhone through an application.
Last week was informed that Samsung Pay reach Spain imminently for users who have one of the latest flagships of the company can pay for their purchases directly with your mobile. This could be a blow to the company on the block, because today we still can use Apple Pay in our country, and who knows if in this situation get batteries and decide to accelerate the arrival of mobile payment service more countries in Europe.
As told in CultofMac , Samsung could launch this coming June is just around the corner, a new version of its mobile payment platform to be compatible with other brands Android smartphones than Samsung. But it does not stop there, as this application would also be released for the iPhone with iOS 8 or later.
So would Samsung Pay Mini for Android and iPhone
The service is called Pay Samsung Mini, would be limited only to shop online and operation would be very simple. Users could store their credit or debit cards in Samsung Pay app for iPhone or Android Mini and when making an online purchase from the device information needed for payment will be sent automatically.
In addition, Samsung Pay Mini would keep a copy of the purchase receipt so you can keep track of things you bought and where you've spent the money very easily and quickly. For now, the new Samsung Pay service Mini is only available in South Korea and depending on the host that has among users will be extended to other countries.