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Starbucks takes mobile payments to UK and Canada

The company continues its global expansion by rolling out its app, which now allows customers to lay out for their lattes with PayPal, to two more countries.


Starbucks is expanding its Android mobile app access to the United Kingdom and Canada, the company announced today.

The app allows customers to pay with their phones, locate stores and check their reward points, just like the original app. Additionally, it has some new features, including a widget, the ability to use PayPal (in addition to any major credit card) to reload your card, pin code protection and a rewards history dashboard to see how many points you've earned. U.S customers can also access the features with an app upgrade.

"The expansion of our mobile payment footprint to two of our most important markets is a strong milestone for us, but more importantly, it extends the number of customers who now have a faster and easier way to pay at Starbucks," Adam Brotman, chief digital officer at Starbucks said in a press release. "We are thrilled to extend mobile payment capabilities to Android smartphones in the UK and Canada and enhance the experience in the U.S."

Get the app, available for phones running Android 2.2 or above, at the Google Play store.