Square Cash Now Available on the Apple Watch

Square Cash Now Available on the Apple Watch

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Square has released a Square Cash app for the Apple Watch, letting you send money right from your wrist.

The Square Cash app for Apple Watch conveniently complements the mobile app for iPhone. Square Cash for Apple Watch streamlines payments by enabling customers to easily send money using virtual stacks of cash in the form of $1, $10, $20, $50, or $100 bills with just a few simple taps on their Apple Watch. The app also provides actionable notifications, allowing the ability to approve and reject payment requests directly through the watch. Like the Square Cash app, Square Cash for Apple Watch also provides the option to send money to anyone nearby using Bluetooth LE technology, making payments quick and convenient to send. Square Cash also added the ability for anyone to sign up for Square Cash on the web, without needing to download the app.

Square Cash Features:
SAFE: protected by 128-bit encryption and TouchID (or a passcode)
FAST: payments are deposited to your bank account directly
EASY: just link your Visa, MasterCard or Discover debit card to send or receive cash

What's New In This Version:
Introducing Square Cash for Apple Watch!
• Send cash to your top contacts even faster.
• Quickly pay nearby people with a new contact-first interface.
• Easily approve requests with a single tap.

Other Improvements
• Share your new referral code with anyone, and we’ll give you both $5 when they start using Cash.
• Various bug fixes and improvements.

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

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European IPhone owo - August 20, 2015 at 6:54am
Yet another useless potentially very handy app, but as usual: Apple and the AppStore discriminate against people not living in the USA. In The Netherlands I am since Apple shut down the click to pay option and one MUST have a creditcard to pay for apps and content from iTunes they are themselves promoting piracy. I would gladly pay for my apps but there is not even an option to use PayPal, or leven MUCH better like the Google PlayStore, where I pay via my phone bill from my provider. I put it to you, and am very interested in your thoughts on this matter that an iPhone is no longer a luxury good for the happy few who definitely can apply for a credit card at their bank. I, like many people on a low income can't. What are the thoughts of the readers of this forum on the above?
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