Square Wallet 3.0 Released for iPhone, Features Complete Redesign

Posted June 13, 2013 at 4:51pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5186 views

Square has released Square Wallet 3.0 a major update to its digital wallet application for the iPhone.

Open Square Wallet to find great local businesses anywhere you are. Square Wallet puts your credit card, loyalty cards, receipts, and gift cards into one app. Open Square Wallet, check in to the business you’re visiting, then simply say your name at checkout to pay. Your linked payment card is charged automatically.

Get started in three easy steps:
1. Download Square Wallet. Set up your account and link a credit or debit card.
2. Visit a local business and open Square Wallet to check in.
3. Tell the cashier you’d like to pay with Square Wallet. They’ll ask for your name and confirm your photo. That’s it!

With Square Wallet you can:
- Pay with your phone.
- Charge transactions directly to your credit or debit card. There’s no hassle of reloading funds.
- Set up “Auto Check In” for your favorite places, then pay with your name–without taking your phone out of your pocket.
- Track rewards using automatic digital punch cards.
- View receipts instantly and see previous payments at any time.
- Discover new places to shop and eat.
- Send and use digital gift cards for neighborhood businesses across the country.

What's New In This Version:
Complete redesign. Square Wallet provides a sleeker, snappier payment experience at your favorite neighborhood businesses.

You can download Square Wallet from the App Store for free.

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