Research from Stripe shows that 27% of British consumers use Apple Pay online, as opposed to 14% in the United States (via TheNextWeb).

[Apple Pay Cash PSA: Be Careful When Carrying a Big Balance]

British Consumers Online

I would love to use Apple Pay more online, but unfortunately websites like Amazon and eBay don’t support it. Maybe I need to broaden my shopping horizon. Further statistics:

Apple Pay Cash

Firstly, Brits are consummate fans of online shopping and food delivery. Two-thirds of Brits have used e-commerce sites like ASOS and Amazonin the past year alone.

Brits are also more enthusiastic about food delivery services like Deliveroo and UberEATS. According to Stripe’s research, one-in-five have ordered food from these services, compared to the US, where that number plummets to one-in-ten.

Once you’ve entered your payment information and save it with Apple Pay, using the payment service is fast. Ease-of-use is probably one of the biggest statistics to look at when it comes to shopping.

[In Mobile Payment Security and Privacy, Apple Pay Blows Away Competition]

Subscribe
Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

1 Comment
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Lee Dronick

Yes I don’t see many websites accepting ApplePay. I do use it a lot in brick and mortar stores.