Finance

Best Pay Apps

  • Venmo

    Launched in June 2012 by PayPal, Venmo is a mobile payment allowing users to make direct money transfers or card payments between friends using a mobile phone app. To use Venmo service, you need to link to your credit card, debit card or checking account. Users can store some money in Venmo or cash them out to a bank account immediately. Venmo has also recently added a feature that enables websites and businesses to add payment services.
  • PayPal

    PayPal is an American online payment service released by PayPal Holdings, Inc. The original company was established in 1998 to produce security software for some handheld devices. One year later, Paypal decided to change the direction where the country was headed by turning into a money transfer system in 1999 at Confinity. It attracted many investors and was acquired by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion. PayPal became the mostly-used payment method by a majority of eBay users. On September 30, 2014, eBay spined off PayPal into a separate publicly traded company.
  • GEICO Mobile

    As one of the most popular insurance-related smartphone applications on the market, GEICO Mobile app makes it simple for people to pay bills, view coverages, update claims and more. This application has more additional features than what you have expected from your insurance provider.
  • Google Pay

    Developed by Google LLC, Google Pay offers users a fast way for users to pay for Google in stores, online and more. As a digital wallet platform, Google Pay enables users to book the ticket, buy clothes, and enjoy all the new experiences without the wallet.
  • Chase Mobile

    Created by JPMorgan Chase & Co, Chase Mobile is Chase Bank's mobile app which allows users to manage their online account access from anywhere at any time right from the palm. Both available in English and Spanish, the app provides how-to videos for new users and state-of-the-art security to protect personal banking security and privacy.
  • Square Cash

    As a cash transfer mobile tool launched by Square in 2013, Square Cash allows users to directly send money to each other from a linked debit card, credit card, or any available funds in your Cash app. SquareCash is available for personal and business use and creating two accounts for different payment use is highly recommended. For business account users, Square Cash lets you request payments at the price of 2.75% per transaction.
  • Halifax Mobile Banking app

    Halifax Mobile Banking is a mobile finance app that gives users quick online access to check balances, make payments and manage their Lloyds Bank accounts securely. Halifax is a division of Bank of Scotland plc.
  • IRS2Go

    Launched by the Internal Revenue Service in 2011, IRS2Go is a financial application which allows users to check their refund status, make a payment, find free tax preparation assistance and sign up for helpful tax tips. You can follow IRS on Twitter, Tumblr, and YouTube. IRS2Go is available on Android, iOS and even tablets devices.