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You Can Now Pay From Your Wrist Using Square Cash For Apple Watch

By Chris Crum

August 31, 2015

Square just announced Square Cash for Apple Watch, which will enable owners of the device to easily send money to their friends right from their wrist.

“The latest Square Cash release provides an even easier way to send money to friends, family or anyone nearby, freeing customers from fishing around in a pocket or purse, or unlocking their phone to send money,” a spokesperson for Square tells WebProNews. “We’re really excited about this news – providing people with more ways to make a payment no matter what device they use.”

Here’s what Square Cash looks like on the watch:

“The Square Cash app for Apple Watch conveniently complements the mobile app for iPhone,” the company says. “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 [...]

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