The biggest factor in a mobile wallet is its price tag.
That’s because Apple Pay, which launched last year, costs a bit more than other mobile wallets, which charge a flat monthly fee.
But a few of the biggest mobile wallet providers charge you a flat fee for every transaction and you can use Apple Pay as an alternative to cash, which can be cumbersome and inconvenient to carry around.
So, it makes sense that the major wallet providers would offer a few extra features to their wallets that are not included with Apple Wallet, like faster processing times, lower transaction fees, and more.
Read moreRead moreIf you’re interested in learning more about Apple Pay and how to use it, we’ve included a video guide below.
If you’re not a fan of Apple Pay or want to check out some other mobile wallet options, be sure to check our iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus review.
For those who are looking for a mobile payment solution, the most recent version of the Swift Wallet app offers a wide array of features to make using Apple Pay easier.
But that’s not all.
There’s a new feature that will let you pay with your iPhone’s Touch ID fingerprint instead of your iPhone 5s’ Touch ID.
This feature is a lot more secure and reliable than Apple Pay’s TouchID fingerprint sensor, and it also makes it easier to use Apple Wallet on devices that don’t have Touch ID built-in.
You can read more about the Swift Pay feature in our Swift Wallet guide.
The new Swift Wallet is free to use and will be available starting January 5, 2018.
If your bank isn’t yet supporting Swift Wallet, you can sign up for a free trial.
You also get a free 10-day trial if you purchase $20 or more worth of Swift Wallet.
If this is your first time using Swift Wallet or if you already use Apple Watch, you will need to upgrade your Swift Wallet to Swift Watch on a future date.
Swift Wallet is available in several different languages.
You can check out our Swift wallet guide for a complete list of supported languages and pricing.
If you need more help with Swift Wallet then we recommend our Swift Pay guide.