Barclays makes update to mobile payments application

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Barclays continues to show interest in mobile payments Barclays, a global financial services organization based in the United Kingdom, has announced the introduction of new features to its relatively popular Pingit mobile payments application. Pingit has been the firm’s flagship mobile payments platform since its launch in February 2012. The application initially served as a platform that allowed Barclays customers to send money to friends and family, as well as others. As mobile commerce gained more attention throughout 2012, the firm began revising the Pingit application in order to be…

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QR codes to mix with mobile payments in the UK

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Barclays to bring QR codes into the mobile payments scene British banking and financial services giant Barclays has been showing aggressive interest in the realm of mobile payments. The organization has taken note of the changing needs of consumers, which are becoming more pronounced as more people become heavily reliant on smartphones and tablets. In recent years, Barclays has partnered with several other organizations to break into the mobile payments sector. Now, the firm has plans to introduce QR codes into its mobile payments plans. Codes begin moving beyond marketing…

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