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This article was published on April 28, 2015

PayPal is making it easier to shop online with One Touch payments on the Web

PayPal is making it easier to shop online with One Touch payments on the Web
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PayPal has extended its One Touch payments feature to the Web. You can now make payments using a single log in on any site that accepts PayPal.

The service is available in the US today and will be rolling out internationally over the next few months.

You don’t need to change any settings in your account to use the new feature. Once you make your next payment on a site using PayPal, it will automatically save your details to use One Touch confirmation if it’s available in your area.

https://youtu.be/_0fqD6Wo8aM

One Touch payments were introduced on Android and iOS last year. Making them available on the Web is a natural progression in making shopping online as seamless as possible.

➤ One Touch™ Buying is Now Available Across Platforms, Devices and Channels [PayPal via Recode]

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