European consumer regulators have criticised Apple for not doing enough to tackle bills unexpectedly run up by sneaky apps.
The regulator is investigating whether in-app payments illegally tempt children to spend their parents' money.
The new Softcard app from AT&T allows for tap-to-pay transactions -- assuming you have an NFC-enabled Windows Phone handset and meet other requirements.
Apple Pay users report issues purchasing items in apps, and some Bank of America customers are seeing double charges. But the problems aren't all Apple's fault.
Apple's been gaining more partners since it announced the service last month and it's ready to take it live.
New figures suggest children aged eight are the worst offenders among kids making purchases in apps without parents' permission.
Barnes & Noble's subsidiary, Nook Media, says that the feature will be "coming soon" to the platform.
Optus customers will now be able to charge app, game and TV show purchases from Google Play directly to their monthly bill, without having to enter credit card details with every purchase.
Company touts records all around: a 50 percent sales increase in 2014, half a billion dollars spent by consumers the first week of 2015, and its single-best day, on New Year's.
With new leadership and a $12 million funding round, the taxi-hailing app guns for ride-sharing rivals like Uber and Lyft.