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Here’s one more reason not to worry about carrying cash: the official PayPal app has arrived in the Windows Phone Store.
The free app lets you send and request money, check your account balance, withdraw funds, and scan past transactions. Another neat touch: the app’s Local feature shows you nearby stores using the PayPal Here service, so you can pay them via the app. If you haven’t checked it out yet, download PayPal now and let me know what you think.
Where is the check scanning feature the iOS version has had for months now???
Received confirmation from PayPal Australia that this App will eventually be launched in Australia....www.wpdownunder.com
These nonsensical regional limitations need to be dealt with.
It's like only usa exists for ms! I love my wp, but everything has it's limit.
Another "US Only" app. One day Microsoft will learn...
This is a product of PayPal, not Microsoft - Microsoft has no control over what PayPal develops/publishes in the windows store, so if you want to complain, complain to PayPal.
This is a V1 application, and as typical in most software development, things get cut on the initial release more often than not...
Give PayPal time - this is their first Windows Phone Application - just a glimpse of what is to come - and much better than nothing...
Don't you think paypal would have like to release it worldwide? There must be some legal issues or something.
But I'm not just talking about this.. Bing features, music recognition, zune marketplace, large chunk of app library, xbox live, keyboard languages.. These are only some features that I'm trying to manage without for TWO years now.
Paypal and Windows? That is just a terrifying idea. I go from an article on yet another zero day IE flaw to this? Wow.
@Mantlo, no no.. PayPal and anything but Windows will be a terrifying idea.. Are you "still" using Android? Shame on you!
Nathan, Blackberry, which I'm sick of but at least I know it's secure. Germany and Australia have never warned their citizens to stop using that product.
Could you use the Bill Me Later cards.someday