PayPal has just launched a Google Android app just yesterday, allowing PayPal users to access their accounts from Android devices. The new app integrates the user’s contact list, so that he won’t need to remember people’s phone numbers and emails, in order to send cash.



There’s also a Recent History option included, so that you can use the phone to check out the transactions you did in the last months. Balance checks are also there, available for the Android user to see, in any currencies you want. This new PayPal app uses the security technology implemented on, so there’s no security issue to fear.

You can download the software via Android Market and there are more goodies coming from the mobile pay segment, since a mobile service from eBay is rumoured to be launched pretty soon, specially for PayPal.

[via webpronews]

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